- Graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a B.A. in Behavioral Science and Art.
- A photo industry professional since 1997.
- Currently lives with her husband Dennis and their dog Chiquita in Altadena, California.
Lynne Eodice is an accomplished photographer and writer with a great deal of expertise in the photography, publishing and academic environments. She is the author of a how-to photography book published by Wiley, entitled "Photos That Inspire / Photoworkshop." She currently teaches online courses for BetterPhoto.com, and free-lances for several photography publications, both print and online. She has also been the editor of several photo magazines, and a writer/photographer for independent newspapers and magazines. In addition to inspiring students in online photography courses, she has taught photography in the traditional classroom. Specialties: Photography (specializing in landscape, lifestyle, portrait, pet and architectural images), editing and writing stories and press releases, interviewing photographers and other prominent industry personnel, and teaching photography.
Photos That Inspire is part of the Photoworkshop.com series of books, and is geared toward amateur photographers who want ideas that will inspire them to shoot more unique and special photos - as opposed to the traditionally posed picture or predictable composition. Photoworkshop.com has 40,000+ visitors per day who come for advice on photography techniques, photo sharing, contests, and new ideas for creating beautiful images.
Lynne has compiled fascinating photos of people, still lifes, architecture, pets, action, nature, landscapes, and other subjects you'd love to capture. Her critique accompanies each image. The featured examples in this book include entries and winners from Photoworkshop.com and Double Exposure's contests, as well as samples from knockout portfolios posted on Photoworkshop.com. Every creative idea includes the technical "recipe" for taking the photo, as well as the photographer's inspiration behind it.
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