"Seeing in Sixes" project is a compact expression of a single nature, possibly a story, definitely a theme, held together stylistically, and making a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts: tight, distilled to the essentials, impactful, deeper than what is possible with a single image." - Brooks Jensen
Lynne was honored to have been selected as one of 50 photographers for the 2018 edition of "Seeing in Sixes," the third in a series published by Brooks Jensen and Maureen Gallagher of LensWork Publishing Company. The book is available for purchase from the Lenswork website at http://www.lenswork.com/sis3.htm
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"My primary aim is not to represent outer experiences - appearances, events, interesting subject matter, or fortuitous feats of light - but to imbue my images with a sense of inner experience - thoughts, moods, emotions, and epiphanies. When literal appearance and expressive intent are in contention, I have no qualms about departing from realistic depictions in the name of self=expression." - Guy Tal
When all my favorite ingredients come together, I can feel the adrenaline pumping. Winter's trees, water and fog. I must move quickly as the fog drifts in and out, the light comes and goes. I find the composition I want. My subject is isolated and its supporting actors fade into the background. Now I must add my own interpretation of what I saw through the lens - the tones, the light, the textures of the fog. Early light. Cool day. Calm waters. My images must convey the mood. Tranquil. Quiet. Blue.