Sea Lion Island, Falkland Islands

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Tin Man Lee

Tin Man Lee has a deep love for wildlife and photography. Most recently, he won the Grand Prize of Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International with the winning photo currently displaying at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, while having a full time job in medical imaging. He is the judge for Nature's Best Photography Asia and Viewbug. Through this blog he hopes to share what worked for him and what didn't while learning the craft of wildlife photography.

  • Stuart Bennett says:

    Hi Tin Man, congratulations on getting a image into the Wildlife Photographer of the year 2018 a cracking shot, We both remember your enthusiasm in all weather conditions while visiting the Falklands. We (Jacki & Stuart) we’re helping out on Sealion Island as guides. Well done. I,m still after a image of a Polar bear.

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