Kate Lynch Photographs
My first camera was a Kodak Brownie, followed by a Kodak Instamatic. I took a photography class during my first year of college and fell in love - especially with black and white photography and the magic of the darkroom. I shot with a Pentax 35mm borrowed from my Dad's supervisor. I later purchased a Pentax Spotmatic and then Nikon FE, which I shot with for many years.
In 2004, I decided it was time to move to digital after taking a Nikon School class and witnessing what I could produce with this new medium. I started with a Nikon D70 and currently shoot with a Nikon D750. I haven't looked back, although I occasionally revisit work I shot on film and digitize it. The neighborhood eagles enticed me into wildlife photography. My first images of a nesting pair of bald eagles about a half mile from my home were captured with a Nikon 70-300mm zoom. Those eagles are why I moved to a 80-400mm, and now a 150-600mm lens. I have yet to capture my best image.
Thank you for joining me on at least part of my journey, my quest, my odyssey.
The best is yet to come.