Robert Irwin showcases his impressive photographic skills on World Photo Day

Robert Irwin showcases his impressive photographic skills on World Photo Day

Award-winning wildlife photographer and zookeeper Robert Irwin showcases his impressive photography skills to celebrate World Photo Day

Robert Irwin has shown off his impressive photography skills in a spectacular new video.

The 18-year-old famous conservationist and award-winning wildlife photographer released the short clip of his images to celebrate World Photo Day on Friday.

Featuring wild animals and rugged landscapes, Robert told his followers that the beautiful images were a “little glimpse of what I experience through the lens” from his camera.

Robert Irwin has shown off his impressive photography skills in a spectacular new video. Pictured: Robert Irwin (right) shares a joke with Sunrise weatherman Sam Mac

The video begins with Robert sitting by a river using a sophisticated still camera.

Dressed in shorts, a t-shirt and a wide-brimmed hat, the video zooms in on Robert as he takes a picture.

He rotates his lens towards the viewer and the video then cuts to a quickly edited selection of frames.

Robert’s photography subjects include a large jungle cat, a craggy mountain peak shrouded in clouds and fog, a beautiful sunset and birds in flight.

The 18-year-old famous conservationist and award-winning wildlife photographer posted the short clip of his images to Instagram on Friday, World Photo Day.  Pictured: A scene from the video Robert shared with fans

The 18-year-old famous conservationist and award-winning wildlife photographer posted the short clip of his images to Instagram on Friday, World Photo Day. Pictured: A scene from the video Robert shared with fans

Dressed in shorts, a t-shirt and a wide-brimmed hat, the video zooms in on Robert as he takes a picture

Dressed in shorts, a t-shirt and a wide-brimmed hat, the video zooms in on Robert as he takes a picture

Other highlights include a stunning photo of chain lightning against a dark sky and an amazing shot of the moon.

Robert captioned the story: “Happy World Photo Day.”

An award-winning wildlife photographer, Robert is reportedly planning to visit South Africa after falling in love with the country while visiting family in 2018.

Robert is pictured as a child with his father Steve - recently the famous zoologist is reportedly eyeing a trip to South Africa after falling in love with the country on a visit in 2018

Robert is pictured as a child with his father Steve – recently the famous zoologist is reportedly eyeing a trip to South Africa after falling in love with the country on a visit in 2018

Meanwhile, the popular TV star and zoo keeper has spoken at length about his desire to follow in his late father Steve’s footsteps.

And Robert has reportedly made the momentous decision to leave his family home at Australia Zoo in Queensland and travel the world making nature documentaries – just like his father.

While Robert may have stars in his eyes. The insider claims his sister Bindi, 23, is “heartbroken” at the prospect of saying goodbye to her beloved brother.

Steve, known to millions around the world as

Steve, known to millions around the world as “the crocodile hunter”, died on September 4, 2006 at the age of 44 after being stung in the chest by a stingray while filming a documentary in Batt Reef, Queensland was. Pictured: Steve and Terri Irwin

Steve, known to millions around the world as “the crocodile hunter”, died on September 4, 2006 at the age of 44 after being stung in the chest by a stingray while filming a documentary in Batt Reef, Queensland was.

After his death, Steve’s family, including his children Robert and Bindi, widow Terri and son-in-law Chandler Powell, have continued his conservation work at Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast.

‘[Robert] loves Australia Zoo and everything his parents have built together, but he’s ambitious and wants to get out and see the world – hopefully with a camera crew right behind him, just like Steve,” a source told New Idea magazine in June.

Pictured: Robert and his mother Terri Irwin

Pictured: Robert and his mother Terri Irwin