Each Whale Photography Workshop with Craig Parry is designed to deliver the perfect balance of practical photographic and editing tuition alongside an unforgettable life experience. Don’t just take it from us – read on below for a first hand wrap up from a recent guest on one of our Tonga Humpback […]Read More
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Capturing the first ever rare Underwater photograph of Migaloo, nature photographer Craig Parry recently took out top honours at the prestigious ‘Golden Turtle International Photography Competition’ in Moscow. Beating a field of talented peers from around the world, Craig’s win has been embraced by Australian ocean and nature […]Read More
Humpback Whale photographs are the speciality of nature photographer Craig Parry. Craig Parry sat down with Wired to find out how to Photograph a Giant Humpback Whale. IT MAY SEEM obvious, but whales are huge. Take the humpback, for example. They’ll reach 52 feet and almost 40 tons. Nature photographer Craig Parry has […]Read More
It was a moment that a nature photographer and marine conservationist dreams of. On Wednesday a small boat floating along the coastline of Byron Bay in Australia, was approached by two playful humpback whales who interacted with passengers for around 30 minutes – swimming, diving and rolling alongside the vessel – […]Read More
If you have visited us here at the Craig Parry Gallery in sunny Byron Bay you will have seen our stunning award winning photo of Migaloo. But who is Migaloo and why is he so adored? First spotted off Australia’s most easterly point of Byron Bay on 28th June 1991, […]Read More
Delighted to get a shout out from the team at ‘The Daily Telegraph’ for my recent involvement with CollaborOCEANS. The event saw my aerial image of Migaloo projected onto the sails of the iconic Sydney Opera House to mark World Oceans Day 2021. Full article available to read below. PHOTOGRAPHER’S […]Read More
This special image of Migaloo was captured off Byron Bay in 2016 as the rare albino humpback whale made his annual migration along the east coast of Australia. One of only two known albino whales, the beauty and majestic nature of Migaloo has captured the hearts and minds of many individuals around the globe.Read More
Sydney Opera House Projection – Last night Migaloo lit up an iconic landmark to launch World Oceans Day. Driven by CollaborOCEANS, the ‘KINGDOM OF CORAL’ initiative saw me invited to join forces with respected marine conservationists and artists to celebrate exhibition patron Valerie Taylor. In doing so we aimed to […]Read More
Whale watching in Byron Bay is something every nature lover needs to experience. Spotting the ocean’s gentle giants as they play against the magnificent backdrop of one of the world’s most pristine marine parks is something you’ll remember for a lifetime. As one of Australia’s most renowned nature and ocean […]Read More
Cameras and wetsuits at the ready…the underwater world awaits. Join world renowned ocean photographer and nature photographer Craig Parry on an exciting Minke Whale Photography Expedition on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef – the only place in Australia where these majestic whales can be experienced underwater. Come Join Us Each […]Read More
This special image of Migaloo was captured off Byron Bay in 2016 as the rare albino humpback whale made his annual migration along the east coast of Australia. One of only two known albino whales, the beauty and majestic nature of Migaloo continues to capture the hearts and minds of many individuals around the globe.
We are proud to announce that this piece is offered as Limited Edition in two sizes – 170cm x 113cm (available in store and online) and 200cm x 133cm (available upon request). Each Limited Edition artwork comes numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity.Read More
In 2014 whilst free-diving off the Tongan island of Vava’u, a small group of humpbacks came to play. Over a three hour period the whales danced and spun in front of the camera, a performance which included this incredible moment as the female of the group launched itself skyward in a Spy Hop – an act which gives the humpback visibility of the world above the surface.Read More