Peter Whyte Photography

Studio Still life photography of yellow finned tuna.
Graphic composition with dramatic lighting of a yellow finned tuna tail
Peter Whyte Photography.
Portrait of Tasmanian sculptor, blacksmith and knife maker Pete Matilla in his studio at Battery Point Hobart.
Peter Whyte Photography.

Peter Whyte Photography


Peter Whyte is an international award winning, Hobart based commercial and fine art photographer.

Pouring honey with red background for Norman and Dann retail window display, Salamanca Place Hobart
Peter Whyte Photography.

He has particular expertise in:

Still life + Product photography 

Environmental + Studio Portraiture 

Food photography

Art + Designed Objects photography 

Architecture + Interiors photography 

Editorial + Travel photography

Industrial photography

Fine Art photography


Since 1983 Peter has been photographing the best of Tasmania’s gourmet food and produce, architecture and industry, extraordinary people and places, punctuated by assignments nationally and internationally including commissions in Italy and New Zealand and The Republic of Kiribati.

With a background in graphic design, Peter collaborates on imagery with many graphic designers and art directors. He is in high demand documenting and interpreting the work of many leading Tasmanian object designers and artists.

At the core of Whyte’s practice is his ability to be objective - working with his clients on the strategic thinking behind each commission. His work is known for its strength of composition and distinctive, deceptively simple approach to lighting.


peter@peterwhytephotography.com


M: +61 418 319 117



Belinda Winkler holding her beautiful porcelain ceramics. 
Peter Whyte Photography.
Panorama of Duomo in Palermo, Sicily, Italy. Food tourism.
Peter Whyte Photography.
Clifton House, Hobart, by Architects Core Collective. Chris Clinton.
Peter Whyte Photography.
Ship building in Tasmania. Launch of high speed catamaran at Richardson Devine Marine, Hobart.
Peter Whyte Photography.
Emerging Poppies. Fine art photography exhibition. 
Peter Whyte Photography.
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