I am sharing my personal response to those moments of beauty that I have discovered as I travelled around the world – be they man-made or natural. The wonderful thing about photography is that it allows that moment of perceived beauty to endure, and to be shared.
People often suggest that photography gets in the way of real appreciation of what we are seeing I strenuously refute such an assertion.
It involves an acute and joyful understanding of light and the way certain surfaces reflect and absorb light.
One sees the way in which a prevailing breeze may at last lull for a moment and return that beautiful phonomena of a reflection.
Landscape photography does draw me closer and I become immersed.
28th March - 31st August 2020
In 2020 Bosham Gallery held an xhibition of 52 Hidden Works that trace the career of Britain’s most collected landscape photographer from 1970 to the present day. Showcasing arguably some of his most artistic works and a passion for black and white silver gelatin printing, these images, until today, have never been shared. Today, Waite is celebrated worldwide as a colour photographer, but few will know of his love affair with black and white photography. Collectors & photographers will be equally delighted to meet the Cuban cyclist of Cienfuegos Study 1, Cuba in black and white, which Waite has...
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