As she battled and beat cancer, Kathryn Dyer found peace and passion through photography
posted Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 4:30 PM EDT
In the latest episode of the sixth season of Adorama's Through the Lens, the focus is on photographer Kathryn Dyer. Sacramento-based Dyer first forayed into the world of Instagram and became more serious about photography when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her husband bought a camera for them to share and take Kathryn's mind off her battle with cancer through nature photography sessions.
Now in remission, Dyer is a professional photographer. In case you're curious about her gear, she currently shoots with a Sony A7R III and her favorite lens is a 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master zoom. Like many other Sony users, she also enjoys adapting vintage lenses to her camera. In addition to her interchangeable lens A7R III, Dyer also often keeps her Sony RX100 V on her person, as you never know when a photo opportunity will present itself. To learn more about her workflow, how photography helped her as she battled cancer and where she sees her career going, head over to Adorama for an illuminating interview.
Stay tuned to Imaging Resource for more episodes from the newest season of Through the Lens and be sure to check out Kathryn Dyer's Instagram for more of her work.