Category Archives: Inspiration


Wild and Crazy Pinhole Paintings

One of my favorite things to do with a pinhole photograph is to finish the image in a digital paint application. Because of their lack of hard details, pinhole produced…


Inspiration – Diane Arbus

  “I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn’t photograph them.” Diane Arbus     NOTICE of Copyright: THIS POSTING AS WELL AS ALL PHOTOGRAPHS, GALLERY IMAGES, AND…


The Amazing Beauty of the Color Anaglyph

Anaglyphs are a cool way to look at the world. There was a time, when an anaglyph image was produced with two different black and white images. One was printed…

Old Caddy - © John Neel

My Book – Your Photography

Never too technical, full of great examples and galleries, easy to read and to understand, Rethinking Digital Photography is meant to appeal to all levels of photographer, from beginners to advanced professionals.

Blue Canal - © John Neel

The Masters Are Not Gods (Cont.)

For what it’s worth Part 2 of 2 I tend to store any findings into my personal database as pieces of knowledge that I may use to knit into a…

Tree - © John Neel

The Masters Are Not Gods

The way I see it Part 1 of 2 To religiously follow a single theory, path or celebrity has never made much sense to me – photography included. Logically, it…

Dream - © John Neel

The Concerned Image-Maker

Concerned Photography – The Human Condition “I wanted people to be aware of the crass consumerism of the American culture, but young people are not taught to have social concerns….


Photo Worthy Life Quotes – The Photo Life

Photographic Inspiration can come from looking at and listening to other creative minds. “Nobody sees a flower really; it is so small. It takes time. We haven’t time, and to…


HDR Globes from Crazy 360° Panorama…Made With A Rokinon 7.5 Fisheye

Recently, I have been shooting HDR 360° Panorama images… …using a beautiful little Rokinon 7.5mm Fisheye on my Olympus M4/3 (MFT) camera and more recently, the 8mm version on my…