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Family Photographer - Seoul, Korea

Year in Review – Part 1 – Seoul, Korea Photographer

Yet another year has passed here in Seoul. It was a big one for me as a photographer and it seems to have gone by particularly quickly. Maybe it’s the amount of work I’ve been doing, maybe it’s the trips I’ve taken for Tattoos of Asia, or maybe I’m just starting to get old. Whatever it is, this has been a whirlwind year at WelkinLight Photography and I’d like to share some of it with you today. As always, I’ll […]

Seoul Photographer

박우식 – Korea Photographer

Readers of this blog may remember Woosik. Last year myself, and good friend Damari, set out with the boys from Ground Jam to shoot some promo material for them. Woosik is one of their members. Not only a phenomenal dancer, but after a short hiatus, now getting back into acting. Needless to say, when he contacted me looking for some headshots, I was more than happy to work with him again. Being an unorthodox kind of guy, he wanted some […]

Seoul Fine Art Photographer

Personal Work: Fine Art Portrait

As a working photographer it is all too easy to get caught up in working on jobs and forget to nurture the creative side. As much as we love to create for others and complete jobs to the highest standard we are capable of, every job needs professional development from time to time. For us that comes in the form of personal work. Creating for the sake of creating is a great way to remind ourselves why we are in […]

Myanmar Travel Photographer

Dell Wasabi Printer – Travel Photographer

As we were planning our trip to South East Asia last year, my wife and I began talking about what we could do during our trip to repay the kindness of strangers that so very often comes your way when traveling. Travel often involves gaining experiences we couldn’t get at home and bringing them back to share with our people. We wanted to leave behind memories that would last and constantly remind the people that we met of our shared […]

Seoul Wedding Photographer

Colin and Sara – Seoul Wedding Photographer

In the winter of 2011, Colin and Sara got in touch with me about doing some post wedding photography to add to their album made by their previous wedding photographer back in the United States, and commemorate their time in Seoul, Korea as it came to an end. Colin is also an excellent photographer (you can see his work on his website), and had a location in mind that he and Sara would like to use for their shoot – […]

Myanmar Portrait - Travel Photography

Portraits of Myanmar – Travel Photography

Myanmar has a reputation for its beatiful sunrises and sunsets, its never-ending plains of temples, crimson robed monks, and the reflective waters of Inle Lake. But the people, aside from being ridiculously friendly and welcoming, are beautiful. Below you will see a small selection of portraits from Myanmar. These are carvers, cooks, children, market stall owners, weavers, teachers, farmers, seamen and book sellers. From my short time in country, these are the portraits of Myanmar.

Subject Defined Portrait – Seoul Portrait Photographer

For the last four weeks, I have been visiting my family in my home country of Australia. It has been good to see the sunburnt land again, and (touch wood) avoid the bushfires so far. One of the tasks I set myself while I am here is portraits of my family. Not in the traditional sense. I want to evoke each of their personalities in the images I make. With that in mind, I started my project by photographing my […]