Patrick Peron's Travel Photography
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Bio
After graduating from University of Vermont with a Psychology degree in 1996 I spent some time living and working in ski resorts. In 1998 I moved to London intending to stay a year and didnít leave for 8 years. I decided not to further pursue psychology and instead work with computers as a web application developer. Travel became a passion for me while living in London. The more I traveled the more interested in photography I became. In 2000 I bought a Nikon SLR and soon switched to slide film. Currently I live in New York City. I am not making a living from photography at the moment; it is only for my enjoyment.

Equipment & Film
Camera: Nikon F80
Lens: For travel I use a Nikon 24-120mm VR and Nikon 85mm f1.8. In the past I used a Tamron 28-200.
Film: For travel I primarily use Fuji Provia 100F, Velvia 100 and Kodak 100VS.

Digital Preparation
35mm scans were done with a Nikon Coolscan V. Older scans were done with a Minolta 5400. Film was profiled using IT8 targets to assure color accuracy. Monitor was profiled using a Gretagmacbeth i1 Display 2. The scans were manipulated using Photoshop to reflect the appearance of the actual image.

Acquiring Prints and Licensing
If you want to buy prints please use the add to cart link next to each image. If you would like to licese an image or use photos for any other purpose, please contact me. If you need an image and you can't find what you are looking for, please contact me. I have many more images in my archives than displayed in this small selection.

Copyrights
For the record, all photographs on this site are copyright 2005 Patrick Peron and all rights are reserved. All prints supplied remain the copyright of Patrick Peron.

Please do not reproduce any of these images without my prior permission in writing. If you wish to use them for commercial purposes please contact me via email.

Should you wish to use any of these photographs publicly for personal, educational, or other non-profit purposes. I would ask that you :

  1. Send me an email with the photos you intend to use and how they will be used.
  2. Give me credit for the photo ("photo: www.PatrickPeron.com") with a link to my site where appropriate.
  3. Link to the image rather than copying it to your web server (for example: <img src="http://patrickperon.brinkster.net/Images/Vietnam/SamMtMonk.jpg">).
  4. Use them tastefully.
Feel free to contact me for guidance contact me.