Photo Archive

Wildlife Photography Archive

I’m happy to present you with my wildlife photography archive. Until recently, wildlife photography has been something that I’ve never delved into before. This may have to do with the fact that I’ve lived in the busy city of Seoul, South Korea, until May 2023! But now, moving back home and living in central Ontario, I’m seeing more opportunities to begin exploring and documenting the wildlife that I come across. In this wildlife archive, I’ll share the little I’ve done in the past and all my upcoming wildlife photography with you.

*This Post will Soon be Updated*

Bird Wildlife Photography in Seoul (December 2015)

Although not super impressive, I can say that I started my work in wildlife photography back in December 2015. There were beautiful birds at Gyeongbokgung Palace, which I was visiting then. These are called oriental magpies, a common bird in South Korea and other Asia countries. For many people, they are a nuisance, but they are indeed beautiful birds. When the opportunity arose to photograph them, I did my best to do so.

Some Additional Related Archives: South Korea, Seoul, Bird Photography

Before concluding this article, I’d like to take the opportunity to tell you about a program that I am offering to photography learners, beginners, and aspiring photographers, free of charge. The goal is to help you improve your photography and develop your unique style. I will become a mentor to help guide you and give advice. We will also review your images and determine how to improve them. I call this The Photography Mentoring Program. You can sign up for the program here.

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