Fine Art Photography Australia Portrait
Landscape photography Australia captured by accredited professional photographer Perrin Clarke.
This photo gallery showcases Fine Art photography Portrait format only, all work is in a 2:1 ratio.
All photographic images can be purchased as an acrylic wall mount, acrylic block, canvas print, fine art cotton or resin-coated paper print.
All photographs are signed by Perrin and are available in various sizes, prices and framing techniques.
We are proud to be one of a few Photographic services with their own production facilities within Australia.
Ensuring your photograph is handled by us from start to finish.
Our production facility Imagebank Australia produce all our quality prints and are widely used by many professional photographers artists and graphic designers all over Australia.
Freight is included for all Australian wide deliveries and all our Photographic work is guaranteed.
The Prices and Finishes for our Fine Art Photography Australia Portrait Prints can be found in the table below.
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Recycled Tea Port Douglas PhotographyThe hero in the installation is the humble tea bag in a recycled state, the studio lighting picks up a blue-black textural timber background. Harmony in colour balance comes into play. The image is great art work for kitchens mounted in acrylic.
Vanilla Perrin Clarke PhotographyVanilla Beans grow wild in the Daintree rainforests and native bees do the pollinating if you're lucky, otherwise, its done by human hand. This image works well for kitchens mounted in an acrylic finish.
Spice Perrin Clarke PhotographyThe Exotic colours and origin of spice is a fascinating subject already. This image one in a series of six images taken for a collection called Still Life, Food That Moves. The old world spoon fits the story of the spice.
Pomegranate Perrin Clarke PhotographyThe Pomegranate fruit spills little jewels of loveliness when split into halves. Photographed on grey textured timber, the background assists in creating an old world reminiscent rustic artisan idea. The still life image reproduction as an acrylic wall mount is suitable in kitchen areas.
Garfish Perrin Clarke PhotographyThree Garfish, simply composed on textured timber background. The delicate shimmery colours and silvery scales do the rest. The image takes on a different idea when printed on Hahnemuhle Cotton Rag paper.
Flower Jar Far North Queensland PhotographyIn outback Queensland, vases are often a recycled jar. This one hangs on the wall from a bit of wire in the distance is another. The installation of The Gardenia and Trumpet Vine flower at home on the strip plank timber wall.
Cinnamon Stick Perrin Clarke PhotographyBundled cinnamon sticks on textured timber from the Collection Still Life, Food That Moves. Cinnamon has been consumed since 2000 BC in Ancient Egypt, where it was highly prized. The Composition seems random, what we see is what is inside the stick, that's where the flavour is.
Chopped Chilli Perrin Clarke PhotographyThree Chopped Chilli is from the Collection Still Life, Food That Moves. The still Life installation is a simple but complex idea, photographed in the studio on a dark rich textured timber backdrop. The slices of seeded chilli follow the grains in the timber, the shapes taking on an artful pose.
Chillies Perrin Clarke PhotographyStudio still life, three chillies hung on a string, the background an old railway track. Unfussy but vibrant and spicy. This image is one in a series photographed for a collection called Still Life, Food That Moves.
Cherries Port Douglas PhotographyCherries provide ornamental value in addition to tasty fruit glossy, plump cherries are the quintessential Australian summer fruit. The studio still life photograph has a complementary rustic timber backdrop.
Asparagus Port Douglas PhotographyAsparagus is often seen tied with string. This is for easy fast removal from blanching, stopping the process of cooking by submerging in cold water. The lighting helps create a blue-black complementary background.
Beetroot Perrin Clarke PhotographyLike many modern vegetables, beetroot was first cultivated by the Romans. The still-life studio image has a backdrop of textured timber and the studio lights enhance the photographs rustic styling. Studio Photography Rustic Styling.