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Bev Nelson

I began using a Brownie camera at about ten when I realized that if I took the family pictures I didn’t have to be in them.  A little later I was given a trip abroad and was given a 35mm Nikormat and slowly learned to play with the dials.  It was fun.  The camera got put aside as I married and then came out again to take pictures of my new family about six times a year. After the kids went off to college I took a basic black and white photography course at VCU and turned the downstairs powder room into a dark room, but loving color I jumped into the digital world where I am trying to keep my brain cells alive by getting frustrated and delighted with the computer. I have taken some photo tours and some workshops.  Now I am trying to broaden the range of styles from photojournalism to fine art to some foggy, misty, fuzzy-wuzzys.

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