Lonnie Webster

Lonnie Webster talks about the composition of this photo he captured near where he grew up in central Kentucky. From June 27 through July 3, Webster is one of two featured artists in the Artists in Residence series at Edgewood Cottage.

Lonnie Webster

Professional photographer Lonnie Webster thinks for a moment before articulating an answer to his questioner’s query. ‘You don’t take pictures,’ said Webster. ‘Your capture light and life.’

Lonnie Webster

‘This young woman had just sat down at the edge of those rocks, talking on the telephone and describing what she was seeing,’ said Webster. ‘I only got this one captured moment before a bunch of other people entered the scene. It was one of those being in the right place at the right time with the right light moments.’

Lonnie Webster - Haiti

Lonnie Webster, professional photographer exhibiting his work from June 27 through July 3 at Edgewood Cottage, explained that this boy in Haiti was willing to move around for him, posing, until he captured the image —and moment — he wanted.

Lonnie Webster - A bridge down memory lane

Foreground, middle ground, background, light — all come into play in this photograph by Lonnie Webster, ‘A bridge down memory lane.’

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