In a world where you can be anything, be yourself” – Anonymous
The main focus of my photography is to simply inspire and heal people with beautiful images. From vast landscapes right down to the tiny details of nature, through which we pass by each day to busy to appreciate.
I feel my photography reflects the details of nature that are often overlooked. Photography is my way of showing the world how beautiful it still is, despite all it’s flaws and unhappiness that surrounds us.
Stop, look, listen, smell, taste, and feel the world that surrounds you. Live the life you were meant to live. I have taken my time to embrace most of natures purest of designs. My photography is an example of the exquisite beauty that resides beneath our feet. Your task now is to use my images as inspiration and see what you see.
We have so much to give to this world and in return she has so much to give to us. Only when we choose to find one another can we both be seen in our truest form of beauty.
Love her and all her beauty that resonates within.
Let me introduce myself. My name is Lynn Stevens, owner and operator of See What Eye See Photography, established in 2013.
Originally from Saskatchewan, I have called BC home for the last thirteen years, where the stunning natural landscapes that surrounded me have continued to inspire my passion for photography. I have just recently moved to Kelowna to further pursue my photography career. Holding a Diploma in Professional Photography I have been refining my skills for over 20 years.
I first fell in love with photography upon the discovery of my first 110 film camera at the age of eleven years old. From that moment on I knew what I needed to do. The main focus of my photography is to simply inspire and heal people with beautiful images and to share my unique vision with the world. I specialize in all things beautiful, although mostly nature, landscapes, abstract, fine art, and animals I also love shooting weddings.
In addition to photography, I am also involved in projects focused on promoting literacy among children and keeping the imagination alive within all of us. For further inspiration of my literacy projects please visitwww.dynamitebookproject.org.
P.S. What I’ve learned along this journey is that there is time to take photos and there is time to sit back and enjoy natures treasures!