I was born and raised in the foothills on a farm in Central Alberta. I married and raised sheep as well as twin boys on a farm West near Caroline, AB. At that time photography meant, “Borrowing a camera once a year to photograph my boys and our farm adventures!”
More than 20 years ago, I came to B.C. My first digital camera, a Canon G2 began the rest of my photographic journey! To learn processing, I read every digital photography book I could get my hands on, and treated like I had spent $1,000 on a course! My projects were old family slides.
‘OPAW’, a photographic workshop here in Kelowna, left my head spinning with ideas. Of course, I joined our Kelowna club, and found lots of experienced people willing to help myself and others.
Volunteering is in my blood and I found myself on the Executive of our photo club and eventually became President. This time of transition to digital photography was an exciting time. I have interests in many genres of photography, including helping our symphony orchestra with their events and historical societies with restoration and archival of documents.
Continuing with my passion for photography has lead me to our CAPA organization; starting at the club level, then DR for our Central Interior District and now Zone Director for Pacific Zone.
Personal play involves using my camera creatively. I enjoy capturing images using ICM, Multiple Exposures and Photoshop to express my vision and feelings of what I see.
Please contact Lynda at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy a selection of Lynda’s works below.