Baramee Temboonkiat (2nd left) is joined by
Viraya Vikromyotin, Concept Store Manager (Chiang Mai), Canon Marketing
(Thailand) Co., Ltd (1st left) Jowell Limalimam Deputy Mall Manager,
Promenada Resort Mall Chiang Mai (2nd right) and Songpol Sarai Manager: CII
Business Support Division, Canon Marketing (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (first
right) at the seminar held at Promenada on June 12, 2014.
By Shana Kongmun
The beautiful photos of wildlife and nature by famed Thai photographer and
documentary director Baramee Teboonkiat give everyone the chance to get up
close and personal with wildlife in their natural habitat. His close ups of
animal faces, from the amazing owl eyes to buffalo. Longer range shots show
the animals in their habitats and offer a glimpse into the lives they lead.
Baramee has filmed for the Nat Geo channel and loves to focus his lens on
Thai animals in their native habitats. He spoke at length at the workshop
held at Promenada on June 12, 2014 discussing the specific techniques, lens
and other technical details used in each shot to an enthralled crowd of
photographers. He explained that the quality of the photo was more important
than the quantity, it is better to view the scene and look for something new
The photos on display are amazing shots that are well worth the visit to
Promenada to view. This talented wildlife photographer is a vocal defendant
of the Thai environment and has been outspoken in his opposition to the Mae
Wong dam to be located in the Mae Wong National Park which will eliminate
over 17 sq km of low lying forest. His photos show his love of nature and
wildlife and inspire others to join in the move to protect Thailand’s
The exhibition is on display in building A at Promenada Resort Mall until
June 30, 2014.
The close up of an owl is stunning for its
His scenery photos are also stunning, featuring
the animals in their native habitats.