Paul Tyrrell

Hi, I'm Paul from Melbourne, Australia, firstly I'd like to let you know that my huge horrible watermark will NOT appear on your prints.

Speaking of prints all photos are available for purchase and are professionally printed with a superb finish to suit you. The quality of the prints are second to none from the outstanding labs that SmugMug have chosen. You have a choice from standard gloss, metallic sheen, canvas, mounted, the list goes on, the decision is yours and the job they do for us, to please you, is of the highest calibre.

All my prints are copyright protected and please do not use, reproduce or distribute them on any format without written consent for personal or professional use. To SHARE them via social media is fine but please use the links provided so they are directed back to my site out of courtesy. Those links are found inside the lightbox once the photo is open full screen. Feel free to spread the love if you feel it ;)

Before I continue, MOST of my work is shot in a 3x2 ratio, NOT ALL of it. If you find something that you'd like to buy, once at the checkout, try and find a paper size that does not need cropping. Examples of most work are in 3x2= 6x4= 12x8, etc...some photo's aren't and will need slight cropping though as they are unusual sizes. I just want you to know that if you do crop one of my photos, you will not get what you see onscreen. I just want that to be upfront and honest so there are NO surprises upon delivery if you do have to crop something. Remember, you can usually get around this by simply choosing a different paper size, it's that easy. On occasion some prints just will not fit, to fix this hit the NONE button in the cropping field if you're asked to crop and want the entire image, this will give you the full print but you'll have excess white borders.

I have worked in multi media for over 20 years now, but unfortunately I fell ill in 2010 and in my spare time or good days as I like to call them, I try to get out to photograph whatever I find interesting.

I'm still re-learning the endless advances in the world of digital photography, as I was taught on film, but I'm getting there. The one nice thing about this venture back to photography is that I'm not working for anyone. I'm not being told what to do as I can't actually book work because I might not be able to make it on the day. It's been extremely liberating to just wander around and shoot what I like, there's no daily deadlines anymore but this unfortunately leads to no income, so I have fallen back on my first love. Photography.

I hope you like my work and will understand better as to why I chose this name for my company. I just do what I can when I can. The last three years have been a bumpy ride but hey, I have a camera, what more could you ask for :)

There will be ongoing additions to my online folio as I slowly breathe new life into some older work from travels. I'm not a huge fan of putting everything into sub-folders so you get to see all the different facets of my work all mixed in together.

Thanks and enjoy,

sincerely,

Paul.

Hi and thanks for dropping by. I'll quickly explain the site. I have two pages, this page with my profile and a photo below to click on to enter my gallery. Once there you have an option to view a  slideshow. 

There is a vast range of print sizes and paper styles and types to choose from, like regular, glossy and lustre to metallic papers through to wraps and canvas prints and more. If you can't get your preferred print to fit at the checkout, there is an enormous range of paper sizes as well including square and you can even crop to your liking. Remember though, if the crop box shows up at the checkout, you will receive exactly what is inside it, if you don't want any cropping you just need to choose a different size of paper, if that still doesn't work hit the none button. There is a similar explanation in the scrolling text above under my name. There is also a large section to create personalised greeting cards with extensive design templates to choose from or to create your own style from scratch. The lab offers up  other miscellaneous things to print on which as a  photographer I was initially mortified by but thought why not in the end, it's there to print on and some are just bizarre ranging from stickers to t-shirts. Strange but funny. Oh and if you see something you like please feel free to use the share button in the lightbox to post it to your Facebook Page, Twitter Account or Google +, you'd also be helping me promote my site. I use a variety of Nikon's, D800, D7000, D3100 and even my iPhone 5s for the apps, that took the photo below.

Enjoy, Paul.


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