The extraordinary resolution in Charlie Waite’s “Epernay, France,” allows secondary designs to be visible in this world-renowned landscape photographer’s work. A former actor, he uses principles of stage lighting to infuse his art with drama. Inspired by Ansel Adams’ work, he has published 27 books, and holds workshops and worldwide tours to promote the advancement of photography.
British photographer Charlie Waite, whose stunning imagery displays his reverence for nature, is largely considered one of the most beloved landscape photographers working today. Originally pursing a career in acting, he now shares drama through his art, approaching the light of his image as though it were lighting for a stage. With 27 published books to his credit, Waite’s busy schedule is divided between exhibitions, lectures, running field trips and shooting images.