Let’s discuss the best locations where a wildlife photographer can get the maximum inspiration. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador: If you are wildlife enthusiast then this is for sure that Galapagos Islands is undeniably on your bucket list. With its vivid marine life around the 29 islands, this place has become very popular with the people. This place is also called a unique ‘living museum and showcase of evolution’. You will definitely get that perfect shot of the Galapagos here. Due to the volcanic activity and the ongoing seismic process this island gave birth to the unusual marine life of this island. One can also find land iguana, the giant tortoise, and the many types of finch. So, guys this island is a must visit for you along with your lenses.
Borneo: There are no roads in Borneo’s Tanjung Puting National Park, so you’ll be travelling by boat and on foot, staying in rainforest lodges and always with a close eye on the trees. Over 4,000 of the world’s few remaining orangutans live in this biodiversity hotspot, along with many species of reptiles, birds and mammals. You’ll often base yourselves around feeding stations, for the best chance of getting a memorable shot.
Do you know someone who loves animals and artwork, but not sure what they would want? Why not give them the gift of choosing! VLG Studios gift vouchers can be used on any products in the shop, and also for ordering commission work. So they are perfect if you know someone who would love a gift item, a pet portrait, or a unique piece of bespoke wildlife art, when you are not sure what they would want. Discover extra information on Wildlife Artwork.
I believe transparency is super important with my customers, and so I will soon be setting up a new page on my website illustrating the causes that we will be supporting including the total amount of donations that have been made through product purchases by customers! Between now and the 10th of January, all profits from sales made on my website will be donated to the emergency fund at WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc.) which is being used to help rescue sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife affected by the ongoing bushfires.
Following on from my A’Levels, I was awarded a place at Staffordshire University, UK, to study Fine Art, and decided to defer my degree until 2014 so that I could travel to the Far East during my gap year. Whilst in Thailand in early 2014, I had the wonderful opportunity to volunteer at Kanchanaburi Safari & Rescue Centre, taking care of their orphaned and rescued animals. One piece, completed on location over 20 hours, to portray the celebration of HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the city of Liverpool. See extra info on https://www.vlgstudios.com/.