While mostly self-taught, the artist is as well versed in the technical aspects of photography having taken various specialist coursework to hone his practice. This is apparent as Korobkovas’ oeuvre is distinguished by clarity of form, light and colour, and an affinity for evocative subject matter that seeks to reach global audiences. Most recently, the artist has collaborated with the University of Mekele, Ethiopia documenting the plague of epizootic lymphangitis disease in horses as a way to mobilize action to help this important cause. In addition, the artist has travelled to other important locations in the region such as the Tigray area, where he photographed the Abuna Yemata Church, one of the least accessible church sites in Africa, as well as the Danakil Depression which lies 410 feet below sea level and is one of the hottest if not most inhospitable places on earth. Other series document the rarity and beauty of manmade historic sites such as the 8th-9th century Indonesian Borobudur Temple Compounds and the ancient city of Myanmar, Bagan including the thousands of Buddhist temples, pagodas and monasteries. Still other projects feature the sublime allure of nature such as the photographs of the Zambia-Zimbabwe Victoria Falls and other astounding places such as the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania, as well as the wildlife of Tarangire and Serengeti National Parks.