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An eye for paradise
Award winning Port Douglas photographer, Perrin Clarke, is sharing the Far North with lense-loving holidaymakers. We talk to him about the joys of photo tours and exploring your talents.
“Photography is the fastest growing hobby in the world, and for good reason”, says Perrin Clarke, owner of Perrin Clarke Photography and affiliate company, Imagebank Australia. “People enjoy capturing precious moments and views, and the digital possibilities for turning your photos into artwork these days are endless”.
Visitors to the Perrin Clarke gallery demonstrate this growing interest in photography. Once upon a time, their attention was mainly on an image and how it would look in their homes or offices. Now, Perrin is also enjoying answering more technical questions asked of him about how the image was taken and the presentation processing involved.
For a devoted professional with decades of artistic training and experience, Perrin loves the wide-ranging conversations and readily welcomes fellow enthusiasts into the intriguing world of photography.
According to Perrin, holidays are the perfect time to indulge a new or continuing hobby in photography. There is relaxed time to master the technical workings of your camera and accessories and time to experiment. Travel and adventure also allow for new subjects or scenery to be photographed.
Far North Queensland provides the perfect photographers’ wonderland.
“When I take small groups on a photo tour”, Perrin explains, “this place is so inspiring, they can take photographs everywhere, and with some technical advice learned along the way, do it well. Everyone from beginners to experts marvel at the diverse landscape and subject matters, and enjoy further developing their photographer’s view of their experiences.”
Tours are available at dawn, dusk or by other arrangement. Perrin can also customise tours to suit holidaymakers’ favourite places. “Sometimes people fall in love with a particular place and want to explore it more utilising local knowledge and specialist advice. Tour groups’ photos reflect how they feel about a place, and I’m pleased to help people achieve great results,” Perrin says proudly.
After the photographs are taken, Perrin can assist with printing images as a modern acrylic wall hanging, canvas or acrylic block, one of a kind framing, and any shipping requirements. His devotion to providing a complete, high quality service at every stage of the photographic experience has no limit.
“People who appreciate photography can truly appreciate their own photographs, printing them with careful consideration. Their options are exciting and together we can turn their memories of Far North Queensland adventures into works of art, which is an adventure for photography enthusiasts from all over the world.”