• Contrast

    Craig Parry

    Contrast

    Sony a7RII, 28mm f2 1/640 sec, f8, ISO 320

    The contrast of the black sands of a volcanic sand beach in New Zealand and a glacier fed ocean. Using my drone I held attitude at 100 feet and captured this abstract image of Kaikoura Beach.

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  • Infinity

    Craig Parry

    Infinity

    Sony a7rII, GM 85mm f1.4 1/2000 sec, f3.2, ISO 100

    A tight and detailed image of a wave, a combination of no wind and very little sunlight I managed to get this abstract image.

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  • Dynamic

    Craig Parry

    Dynamic

    Sony a7R, 28mm f2 1/1250 sec, f6.3, ISO 800

    Late afternoon in Byron Bay a huge swell rolls over me, the sun back lights and the incredible green hues come to life. The over whelming energy and beauty grabs your attention immediately.

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  • Surfers Shadows

    Craig Parry

    Surfers Shadows

    Sony a7R, 20mm f2.8 1/800 sec, f6.3, ISO 250

    With the sun at the right angle I capture this image of two surfers on a beach in Byron Bay, their symmetrical shadows fill the vertical composition to complete this abstract view.

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  • Brushstokes

    Craig Parry

    Brush Strokes

    Sony a7RII, GM 85mm f1.4 1/15 sec, f18, ISO 50

    Using a slow shutter on my A7RII and having IBIS switched on I captured this image of a breaking wave spot on as I match its speed on the pan.

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  • Curiosity

    Craig Parry

    Curiosity

    Sony a7RII, 28mm f2 1/640 sec, f9, ISO 400

    A new born Humpback’s curiosity gets the better of him as he comes over for a closer look at my Sony. Humpback whales come to Tonga each year to give birth then head back to Antarctica to feed.

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  • Emergence

    Craig Parry

    Emergence

    Sony a7 28mm, f2 1/4000 sec, f18, ISO 1000

    I travel to the Kingdom of Tonga each year to document the Humpback Whale Migration, on this occasion I predicted the behaviour of this 40 tonne female Humpback and had my camera settings ready for the “spy hop” which is a behaviour that Humpbacks use to view life above the ocean.

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  • Follow

    Craig Parry

    Follow

    Sony a7RII, 28mm f2 1/160sec, f6.3, ISO 400

    One of my favourite images to date from my Sony A7RII, “Follow” is an image that depicts my passion for nature and photography, evoking a feeling of connection and symmetry.

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Craig Parry

Introduction

My greatest inspiration is to connect humanity to nature through photography.

Driven by a passion for conservation and the environment Craig’s images present everyday moments from unique perspectives. From the depths of the ocean to the heights of the sky his marine, nature and landscape photography seeks to connect audiences around the world with the surrounding beauty.

Having worked with brands such as Qantas, Land Rover and TAG Heuer, publications including Australian Geographic, The Australian and The London Times, and on productions with the likes of Network Ten and Discovery Channel, Craig boasts a diverse background and enjoys bringing his unique style to a wide variety of genres. Vision which he captured using Sony’s A7S2 was also recently played on rotation in New York City’s Times Square!

2017 sees Craig opening his photographic gallery in Byron Bay in addition to running a series of photographic workshops to destinations including Africa and Tonga.

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