Craig Parry sat down with the team at Sony’s Alpha Universe to discus what equipment he uses to capture his stunning Aerial, Landscape and Underwater photographs – read on below for the full article: Craig Parry’s photography is known to offer a unique insight into the world around us. Primarily […]Read More
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A native of Byron Bay on the coastline of Northern NSW, it was his parents’ gift of a disposable waterproof camera at five years old that set Craig Parry on the path to becoming one of our finest underwater photographers. Entirely self-taught, Parry worked at his craft before making a […]Read More
Back in July of 2016, a breath-taking white whale made a spectacular appearance off the coast of Byron Bay and Craig Parry was there to capture the scene in all it’s glory. Australian Geographic caught up with Craig to discus the mysterious creature’s identity. Keep reading to find out more… […]Read More
Australian Geographic has published Life and Death as a feature image in their November / December 2014 edition. The honour came soon after the image was awarded ‘International Landscape Photo of the Year’ and topped off an epic year for the Byron Bay based photographer. “I am very humbled to have been […]Read More
Captured moments after recent bush fires swept through Northern NSW, Craig Parry Photography’s image Life and Death has been recognised as the International Landscape Photograph of the Year 2014. Beating a field of several thousand entrants as part of the International Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards, the image was […]Read More
The aerial bushfire photo was taken using a remote-controlled camera mounted under a hexacopter after aerial water bombing quelled the flames. Mr Parry said he went out with his helicam to see how the composition of the various colours would appear on camera. “When I set out to take […]Read More
Back in 2013, Craig met with Fred Pawl from The Australian to discus his innovative aerial techniques for surf photography and how the whole artistic process evolved. Read on below to hear how it all started… For most operators, small unmanned drones and helicopters offer an opportunity to […]Read More