Tim Turner lives in the Peak District in England and is a self-taught photographer with over thirty years’ experience. He specialises in landscape photography and his original fine art photography explores tone, contrast and juxtapositions; patterns, shapes, details and colours and how the passage of time and the activities of people change our environment.
Tim’s fine art photography is self-commissioned and created entirely according to his needs and exacting standards.
The title of this website is borrowed from Magazine’s LP record of the same name. The idea that daylight is secondhand seems appropriate because of the way light is reused and recycled through the photographic process and turned into a picture.
All the pictures displayed in the galleries are available for purchase as framed, matted and signed prints. The pictures are hand printed using high quality archival paper and professional Epson inks. Each piece of artwork represents a fantastic investment opportunity.
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