Trevor Heath, an artist's odyssey
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Watch Your Step photographed by artist Trevor Heath Fairground rides, Epsom Downs photographed by artist Trevor Heath Taverna chairs on Sifnos photographed by artist Trevor Heath Old Covent Garden barrows photographed by artist Trevor Heath
Girl and deck chairs, Weymouth photographed by artist Trevor Heath Cafe Moderno, Portugal photographed by artist Trevor Heath Ice cream cornet, Swanage photographed by artist Trevor Heath 76 gas station, Arizona photographed by artist Trevor Heath
Pier on a merry-go-round photographed by artist Trevor Heath Fishing floats at Cape Cod, USA photographed by artist Trevor Heath Courgettes in a market, Venice photographed by artist Trevor Heath A doll in a frame in the Flea Market, Amsterdam photographed by artist Trevor Heath
Binoculars at Portland Light, USA photographed by artist Trevor Heath The Crazy Mouse ride on Brighton Pier photographed by artist Trevor Heath A Metro sign in Paris photographed by artist Trevor Heath A man amongst deck chairs, Weymouth photographed by artist Trevor Heath
Fishing boats and flags, Hastings photographed by artist Trevor Heath Houses on Sifnos photographed by artist Trevor Heath Dried fish, Antwerp photographed by artist Trevor Heath Wooden crates on Kefalonia photographed by artist Trevor Heath
While You Wait Shoe Repairs, Stockwell photographed by artist Trevor Heath RX389 fishing boat, Hastings photographed by artist Trevor Heath Fish and chips along the prom, Brighton photographed by artist Trevor Heath Swingboats, Weymouth photographed by artist Trevor Heath
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I look for subjects and lighting that give me what Ernst Haas called the ‘ah-ha’. Then I experiment with angles and cropping to emphasise what the subject has said to me. Digital photography has released us from the fear of wasting film, freeing us to experiment more. On the other hand, the wish to encapsulate the moment in just one shot does, like hanging, concentrate the mind wonderfully.

I plan to create a website devoted solely to photos, including some black and white. When it's online, I will have a link to it from this page.

“There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.”
ANSEL ADAMS