Lynn Weyand, a predominately Black&White photographer, has been creating images for 40 years. First,in the wet darkroom for25 years: then, switching to the digital world. Her mentors have been Oliver Gagliani, and George deWolfe. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.
Lynn’s archives are large, including portraits, abstracts and scenics: her subject matter is simple. She attributes this to the “writing lessons” with her father. He insisted on order, encouraged her to take any “extras” out of the content, teaching her to simplify. What is the essence of something; what is the main point or focus of the subject. This philosophy is reflected in her vision.