Photographer's Forum / Lynne Eodice

/Photographer's Forum / Lynne Eodice

About Photographer's Forum / Lynne Eodice

Lynne Eodice is a freelance photographer and writer based in Altadena, California. Her work has been published in Petersen’s PHOTOgraphic, Rangefinder, California Tour & Travel, and Digital Photographer, among other publications. Lynne is the author of the how-to book, Photos That Inspire: Photo Workshop, and has taught photography courses online and in the traditional classroom.

In Search of DAVID EUSTACE

John Byrne, Scottish artist/playwright, 2011. In the permanent collection of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.Image © DAVID EUSTACE David Eustace’s love of people is apparent in his portraiture. His work has been described as powerful in its simplicity, yet complex at the same time. To look at one of his portraits is to [...]

By |May 15th, 2014|

EXCITING INTRODUCTIONS FROM NIKON

Nikon has added two new DSLRs — one mid-level and the other an advanced enthusiast level fullframe camera — as well as a versatile fixed-focal-length lens to its lineup. Both cameras offer innovative Wi-Fi connectivity, making it possible for photographers to share images quickly and easily. The new lens rounds out a collection of acclaimed [...]

By |May 15th, 2014|

Bay Photo Lab: Personal Service and Great Products

Press Printed Baybooks/Photography ©Joseph Carroll Larry Abitbol, a Santa Cruz, California photographer, founded Bay Photo Lab in 1976. He decided that he preferred the challenge of lab work to shooting pictures and began doing photo processing for other people. Since then, the business has grown by leaps and bounds, and Abitbol is still [...]

By |February 15th, 2014|

Extended Technology from Wacom

Cintiq Companion Responding to evolving trends and customer requests, Wacom has extended its creative pen-to-tablet technology from desktop computing to a mobile environment with new Cintiq creative tablets. Also new are Intuos tablets that address broad skill levels from hobbyist on up to professional photographer. And finally, the Intuos Creative Stylus is a [...]

By |November 15th, 2013|

CHEYENNE L. ROUSE Reinventing the Wheel

Crazy Yucca, New Mexico, 2012 © CHEYENNE L. ROUSE In essence, Cheyenne L. Rouse has had two distinct careers in photography. Formerly a very successful stock and advertising photographer, her adventure sports, outdoor recreation and landscape images have appeared in magazines such as Sunset, Backroads Tours, Outdoor Photographer, Outside, Outdoors and many others. [...]

By |September 15th, 2013|

CRU Introduces Rugged Image Storage Options

CRU is a leader in manufacturing disk drives and enclosures for photographers and others who need reliable storage to back up images, video and other critical data. “A lot of people prefer our products because they’re robust,” says Chris Kruell, director of marketing for CRU. Whether a photographer is shooting “tethered” (with a camera attached [...]

By |September 15th, 2013|

The Visual Memories of LORENA GUILLÉN VASCHETTI

historia, memoria y silencios, VI From images of dancing Aborigines in Australia to personal family portrayals, Lorena Guillén Vaschetti’s photography evokes memories and emotion. In 2012, her first monograph was published — a series of old family pictures that she rephotographed after her mother had attempted to abandon them. In historia, memoria y [...]

By |May 15th, 2013|

ABELARDO MORELL Thinking In Pictures

Down the Rabbit Hole, from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland © ABELARDO MORELL Abelardo Morell is undoubtedly one of the most compelling visual artists of our time. Rather than relying heavily on Photoshop and the latest camera gear, his images come from a unique way of looking at the world. One of his most notable [...]

By |February 15th, 2013|