About the Book
examination of getting back to the basics of the medium, photographing by instinct, not technique and allowing the lens to
communicate the messages streaming in to the photographer.
L A Y N E K E N N E D Y P h o t o g r a p h e r Educated in fine art photography, LAYNE KENNEDY is known for his editorial photography that conveys a strong sense of place. His images are featured in magazines worldwide on subjects as varied as Pink Dolphins in the Amazon River to traveling with Polar Inuit hunters by dogsled. His feature work appears regularly in Smithsonian, LIFE, Audubon, Islands, Sports Illustrated, Terre Sauvage, Nature Conservancy, Newsweek , National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic Adventure, Outside, Outdoor Explorer, GEO, Forbes, Business Week and other magazines. He has contributed to numerous books for several publishers, including the National Geographic Society, The Nature Conservancy, W.W. Norton, NorthWord Press, Lerner, Sterling, Knopf Greystone, Rodale, Insight Guides, McMillan, Invisible Press, Discovery, and Voyageur Press. He photographed a book on Great Lakes States for the National Geographic Society.