FRAMES Podcast with Lynn Radeka

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Lynn Radeka. Lynn has been traveling and photographing the American West since the late 1960’s. He has a number of books to his credit including Ghost Towns of the Old West, Historic Towns of America, Forts and Battlefields of the Old West and Great American Hotels. Lynn was commissioned by Smithmark Publications in the 1990’s to make 8×10 prints from Ansel Adams’ negatives under the ownership of the Library Of Congress for the large format book Master Of Light: Ansel Adams and His Influences. He is also featured in the recent book World’s Top Photographers: Landscape. Lynn’s black and white work has been published in books and calendars. Posters of Lynn’s photographs have been displayed and sold in America’s National Parks since the mid-1980’s. Lynn is the co-author of the Contrast Masking Kit manual.

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Lynn Radeka’s professional photography career spans more than forty-five years. Influenced in his early work by Ansel Adams and Wynn Bullock, he continues to pursue a technical and aesthetic mastery of the medium of photography. His love of the grand landscapes and intimate details of the American West was born on his first trip to Death Valley in 1966.

“Moon Over Zabriskie Point” © Lynn Radeka
“Algae and Boulders” © Lynn Radeka
“Black Cross” © Lynn Radeka
“Horshoe Canyon”© Lynn Radeka
“Rock Forms Joshua Tree” © Lynn Radeka

Lynn Radeka


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