Award-winning photographer Susan Cramer Stein will be giving a presentation on April 26th at Dover Public Library. (Submitted)

Dover, Ohio - An award-winning photographer will be sharing the stories behind some of her award-winning images during a program at the Dover Public Library.

The library will present "Through My Lens: An Evening with Photographer Susan Cramer Stein" on Friday, April 26th, beginning at 6:30 pm in the library's Community Room. Stein is an Ohio native and an internationally-known photographer who specializes in fine art prints, primarily landscapes, wildlife, and human interest. She will be sharing the stories of the people, places, and things she has discovered through her photography.
"As a photographer, I've lived through the evolution from film to digital photography. As I adapt and experiment, I avoid any compromise in quality, spending time to find new perspectives and points of view, new approaches to composition and framing," says Stein. "My goal is to transmit the truth of nature and my subjects, freezing in time its ever-changing beauty, catching the perfect light, patiently waiting for the best (or worst) weather. Nothing is added or hidden in post-production; the landscapes are shot just the way they are at that very moment. "

Stein's presentation is free to attend but seating is limited and registration is required. For more information or to register, contact the Dover Public Library at 330-343-6123. 

The library is located at 525 N. Walnut St, across the street from Dover High School. Stein's work can be seen and purchased locally at the Tuscarawas Center for the Arts in at 461 Robinson Drive SE in New Philadephia.



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