More than 120 Pages of Classic Photography – Captured on film and developed by hand, this book is a celebration of beauty, honesty and truth.
Sancta Lilias | Bianca Black | Charlie James | Maya Tihtiyas | Rorie Yum | Airekah | Inner Essence | Lola Grace | Liv Sage | Amy Ford
It’s a rare opportunity to experience an honest unguarded moment in contact with another person. Even as we all may long for more intimacy, we don’t often reveal our most naked and honest selves to our loved ones or the world.
The photography of Wayne Loren Wilson offers us a nourishing experience of intimacy and truth. His art stands in stark contrast to all of the highly polished imagery that surrounds us. In a world full of perfected bodies, poses and personalities, Wayne reveals the exquisite dignity of what’s really true, underneath all the layers of appearance and pretence.
The intimacy of these images comes through every aspect of the art. It starts with the models and flows all the way through the process. All of these images were captured on real film with 35mm, medium or large format cameras. The only lighting you’ll see in these is the natural light that was available in the moment. There are no digital filters or soft boxes to enhance or manipulate how these models look. Each one was developed by hand with patience and care. In today’s digital era, most photographers never touch an actual object; they don’t work with tangible materials. This book is a love letter to the beauty of film.
Wayne Loren Wilson shows us that the shortest path to genuine beauty is to look more closely at what is already here.
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"Ultimately, everyone is beautiful, and there are no flaws. Beauty lives in kindness, curiosity, grace, wit, and the mysterious ways the body reflects such qualities. It’s this, not a woman’s age or figure, that expresses her genuine beauty."