Mary Lynne Wolfe
Mary Lynne Wolfe’s love of photography began when she was 15. Living in Rochester, New York–home to Kodak–on Sunday afternoons she would ride her bike to the George Eastman House and take in displays on the progression of technology, color theory, focus, and camera function. She began shooting and developing her own film in high school. She stayed interested through the years, and with the purchase of a digital camera in 2006, was finally able to seriously pursue her lifelong passion.
After serving in the Army and then supporting her husband’s military career, she settled in Spotsylvania. She is a member of the Professional Photographer’s Association and is best known for her landscapes and portraits.
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