The Art and Skills of Digital Wildlife Photography illustrated talk

Since the beginning of digital photography there has been an astronomical rise in the quantity and quality of wildlife photographs taken and subsequently posted on the internet.  With a single press of the button on a motor-driven camera, 20 or more images can be taken in a couple of seconds.

However, with wildlife photography, pressing the button at the right time still counts as does getting yourself in the right place at the right time, a skill not to be overlooked!  In this talk, which is varied to suit the individual audience, I deal with some of the basics, problems and pitfalls as well as some of the techniques and good things about digital wildlife photography.  Needless to say, some of my personally favorite images are included and range from garden wildlife through to pictures taken in far-flung parts of Europe.

If you would like to book this or any other of my talks, please telephone me or send me an email.  Sending an email can be done via my 'contact me' page.