About Linda Carlson
Photographing since she was ten...and never stopping
How does a left-brained engineer satisfy her right brain creative yearnings?
She becomes a photographer.
How she explore her intrigue with the human form?
She becomes a portrait photographer.
How does she indulge her fascination for what unfolds before her?
She becomes a photojournalist-style portraitist.
How does she meld her passion for music and the concert experience into her work?
She becomes a concert photographer.
And she smiles.
Photography has been Linda's life-long companion.
She has photographed people since she was 10 years old, when she began taking portraits of her sisters with her Kodak Instamatic camera.
Mentored by her uncle (kisses, Uncle Koli!), she received her first 35mm film camera on her 13th birthday, and her exploration into photography exploded.
Photography is the ideal medium for her left and right brain tendencies...the perfect blend of the technical and the artistic.
Linda became a engineer, but has photographed professionally for more than 20 years.
Concert photography perfectly combines her passion for photography, portraiture, the photojournalistic style and music. Her involvement in the music industry, with its creative core and incredible personalities and performances, inspires her photographic spirit.
Linda's professional gear is Nikon-based. She has a Nikon D810 and a series of professional fast FX (full frame) lenses, including 24-70mm F2.8 and 70-200 F2.8 zooms and a 105mm F2.8 macro. Her second camera is a D500 and a plethora of professional lenses for the DX crop, including a fish-eye.