This Thursday we were lucky enough to be given a talk by Jeremy Malley-Smith. Jeremy became interested in wildlife as a teenager whilst watching David Attenborough’s wildlife programmes and fell in love with photography following a holiday to The Gambia in the early 90s photographing weaver birds, mudskippers & mammals. He's been running tours and workshops since the early 2000s to locations such as Farne Isles, Glencoe, Krakow, Lake District, Loch Ness, Marrakesh, Moidart, Mull, Northumberland, Risley Moss, Sherwood Forest and Skomer. His favourite genres are wildlife, crazy macro and landscapes though he'd be happy photographing anything that moves and anything that doesn’t!
Jeremy's excellent Zoom online talk concentrated on Scottish wildlife and included both wonderful photographs together with top tips on how to take the photos - he included valuable intel on settings and locations making the talk really valuable for experienced and budding photographers alike.
Photo credits: Jeremy Malley-Smith LRPS, DPAGB and BPE2