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Gary Latham is a freelance photographer based in London, UK.
He graduated from Lancaster University and Blackpool & the Fylde College in 1996 with a PQE, HND and a degree in Photography and has traveled the world with a camera ever since.
He specializes in producing award winning travel and life-style images for … Read More
Gary Latham is a freelance photographer based in London, UK.
He graduated from Lancaster University and Blackpool & the Fylde College in 1996 with a PQE, HND and a degree in Photography and has traveled the world with a camera ever since.
He specializes in producing award winning travel and life-style images for great clients.
He is available for worldwide commissions. No challenge is too big, no commission too small.

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    Food And Travel Magazine — London, United Kingdom
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    Lonely Planet Magazine — London, United Kingdom
  • photography Tutor and tour leader.
    All Points East — Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Watching Black and White prints magically appear in the darkroom enchanted me from an early age and the thrill of image making has never left me. It is why for me the image as an object is inextricably linked and why I still like to make prints from my images.

I create images not just for the pleasure it brings m… Read More
Watching Black and White prints magically appear in the darkroom enchanted me from an early age and the thrill of image making has never left me. It is why for me the image as an object is inextricably linked and why I still like to make prints from my images.

I create images not just for the pleasure it brings me but also for clients that like my way of seeing the world.
My aim is to tell a visual story while charging the image with an emotional resonance that will engage the viewer.
I am always trying to find magic in the everyday and hoping to see the world from my own unique perspective. Light and a sense of drama are very important to my work.

Image-making is somehow both a mediative and transformative activity. It is a moment when creativity can be expressed.
B&W photography, Reportage and the Romantic art movement have helped inform my photographic viewpoint. I am looking to imbue my subjects, particularly my landscapes with a feeling of mystery in the familiar, I am striving to find that special space between the found and the imagined. I find that i agree with Henri Cartier-Bresson, when he said...“It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera… they are made with the eye, heart and head.” Read Less
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