Lyn Photography. Lyn come from my first name, Shallyn. I wanted to be sure to have a business name that would be easy for clients to remember. It turns out that my name is difficult for some to pronounce. To take to burden off of client’s shoulders I shortened it to Lyn Photography. Creating this photo book took patience. At times I could not edit the pictures to look the way I wanted. I was able to pull through and have created a collection of some of my work from this semester.
I had seen so many photo books that had plain black or white backgrounds. Yes, a black background can make it look classy, but I wanted to create something a bit different. The cover has a dark grey background however, as you turn the pages you will see that none of the pages within the book have just a plain color behind the picture. The goal was to make each page a theme. The background on each page is a similar photo to the ones displayed on that page. The book starts off with portraits of this semester, which there are many. Following the portraits are some of my favorite photos, macro. I love taking close up pictures of objects. I had many more photos that I wanted to add to these pages, but I had to restrain myself. The Handiwork theme was fun to create. It encompasses a variety of wood and metal work. The point of these pages is to show that humans have a talent to take ordinary material and create masterpieces that add flare to every-day objects. Worn Out is the last section and it is a simple two page spread that shows the worth in old worn out items. Some people through out the old, others take it and find an antique treasure. My hope is that everyone will see the beautiful world we live in and take time to appreciate the blessings and talents that God has given us.