My name is Viktorya. I am a professional photographer. I was always passionate about animals. I could sit for hours watching them. I traveled all over the world from Europe to Asia, from North America to South America, Africa, Australia, Antarctica and Arctic.
I loved taking pictures. With my Canon Mark IV, I was catching animals in their natural habitat. I felt their energy and connection with them. I was amazed how nature colored the wild world to fit the environment. Some were made to blend with the surrounding; others were colored to stand out. While waiting for the right moment to press the button, I was able to analyze every detail: the fur, the skin, the color, and the pattern. And it is beautiful! I wanted to share this with other people.
Later on I got curious with Macro and nature photography. While in Arctic, I noticed beautiful colors of northern plants. It was like a painting. The colors were so bright that it was hard to believe that nature could do it.
Nature is beautiful, but sometimes me are so busy rushing with everyday chores that me miss it. We miss the opportunity to enjoy something unique that might last just one second and disappear forever. I wanted to catch these moments that people who missed it could finally see it and feel happy to know what beautiful world they live in.

As a professional photographer, the anticipation of a wild safari always sends a shiver of excitement down my spine. The thrill of being in the midst of untamed nature and capturing breathtaking shots of wildlife is an experience like no other.

The process of doing a photo wild safari starts with careful planning and preparation. First, I research the location and the animals that are commonly found there. This helps me to plan my equipment and gear accordingly. I make sure to bring my best lenses, tripod, and camera, as well as extra batteries and memory cards.

Once I arrive at the safari location or other location, I spend time getting familiar with the terrain and the animals. I look for vantage points and viewpoints that will give me the best possible shots. I also make sure to respect the animals’ space and not disturb their natural behavior.

As I begin to capture images, I lose myself in the moment. The sight of majestic animals in their natural habitat is awe-inspiring, and I feel a sense of privilege to be able to witness it up close. The adrenaline rush of trying to capture the perfect shot is addictive, and I find myself completely immersed in the process.

As the day draws to a close, I review my shots and am amazed by the beauty and power of the animals I have captured. The satisfaction of knowing that I have created art that will be appreciated by others is immense.

Overall, the process of doing a photo wild safari is exhilarating and humbling. It reminds me of the beauty and power of nature, and the importance of preserving it for future generations to enjoy.

As a photographer traveling around the globe in pursuit of capturing the untouchable worlds of animals, my mission is to share the beauty and wonder of these creatures with the world. Each location I visit offers a unique glimpse into the natural world, and I am constantly humbled by the power and majesty of the animals that inhabit these spaces.

As I embark on each new safari, I am filled with a mix of emotions: excitement, anticipation, and a sense of awe. The thrill of encountering new species and observing their behaviors up close is unparalleled, and I am filled with a sense of wonder at the intricacies of the natural world. Each time I capture an image that reveals something new about the animals I am photographing, I feel a deep sense of satisfaction and fulfillment.

At the same time, I am acutely aware of the challenges and dangers that come with photographing wildlife. I must always be mindful of the animals’ safety and wellbeing, and I strive to capture images that do justice to their natural beauty and power without infringing on their freedom or natural behavior. There are moments when I feel a sense of vulnerability in the face of these wild creatures, but also a deep respect and admiration for their strength and resilience.

Despite the challenges, the rewards of my mission are immeasurable. Each image I capture offers a glimpse into a world that many people may never have the opportunity to see firsthand, and it is my hope that my photographs will inspire others to appreciate and protect these natural wonders. As I continue to travel the globe, I am constantly reminded of the importance of preserving our planet’s biodiversity, and I feel a deep sense of responsibility to do my part in raising awareness of the beauty and fragility of our natural world.

As a photographer, I have come to appreciate the intricate and subtle ways in which animals communicate with one another and with their environment. When I am out in the field, I often feel as if I am entering a parallel universe, where the rules of human society no longer apply and a whole new language is spoken.

In this universe, the camera becomes an extension of my own body, allowing me to enter into a deeper and more nuanced dialogue with the animals around me. Through my lens, I am able to capture the tiniest details of the animals’ movements, expressions, and behaviors, and to convey their personalities and moods to the viewer. At the same time, I am constantly learning from the animals themselves, as they reveal their own unique ways of seeing and experiencing the world around them.

In order to capture these parallel universes of animal life, I must learn to be patient, observant, and attuned to the rhythms of the natural world. I must also be willing to adapt to unexpected situations and to allow the animals themselves to guide me in my work. Sometimes, this means waiting for hours in one spot, observing the animals’ movements and waiting for the perfect moment to capture an image. Other times, it means moving quietly and slowly through the landscape, so as not to disturb the animals or disrupt their natural behavior.

Through this process of communication and observation, I am able to capture images that reveal a world that is at once familiar and strange, beautiful and awe-inspiring. Each photograph is a testament to the extraordinary diversity and richness of the natural world, and a reminder of our responsibility to protect and preserve these wonders for future generations to enjoy.