A native of Southern California, Lynne Eodice was educated at Pasadena City College and Cal Poly Pomona. Her love of photography began in the late 1980s, after her husband gave her a 35mm SLR as an anniversary gift.
Lynne is currently teaching a great 4-week photography course for BetterPhoto.com, entitled ďLearning to Shoot Inspiring Images.Ē If you are interested in learning the basics of photography, about the buttons and dials on your D-SLR, composition, shutter speed, apertureóand have fun doing itóthen this is the course for you!
In addition to being a free-lance photographer, Lynne is currently the Managing Editor of Digital Photographer, a quarterly online photo publication. She is also the author of Photos That Inspire, a unique how-to photography book thatís illustrated with more than 200 magnificent images by members of Photoworkshop.com and contest winners from Double Exposure. It is part of the Photo Workshop series of books published by Wiley in 2007, and is available at Borders, Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com.
Lynne is also the former Feature Editor for Petersenís PHOTOgraphic. Additionally, she has contributed her photography, writing and editorial expertise to DoubleExposure.com, Rangefinder, California Tour & Travel, and Family Photo magazines, and to takegreatpictures.com. Her images have appeared in a popular instructional book called The Complete Idiotís Guide to Photography, and she has marketed her stock photos through Index Stock Imagery in New York. Lynne has exhibited her photographic prints at Kolb Studio and the visitorís center at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, at Occidental College in Eagle Rock, California, and at venues throughout the San Gabriel Valley.
Lynne's favorite subjects are travel and landscape photography, and also enjoys shooting portraits of people and pets. She's currently using the Canon EOS 5D Mark II D-SLR with Canon wide-angle, zoom and telephoto lenses.
She was honored as one of the Women Achievers in the September/October 2007 issue of Business Life magazine, and is a member of Soroptimists International, a service organization of women helping women.
Lynne currently lives with her husband, Dennis and their dog, Chiquita in Altadena, California.