David Boag has based four photography lectures on over 35 years of personal experience as a full time, professional wildlife photographer. This is the first of the series. He touches upon the challenges of working in a strange environment and on subjects that are not familiar. He shows us the value of attitude and enthusiasm. His main point is not to make wildlife photography a speciality for the elite but to make it available to anyone with enthusiasm and persistence. He has published 18 books and has been involved with both radio and television programmes.
He lectures regularly throughout the country to a wide variety of natural history, photographic and general interest audiences. On numerous occasions he has spoken at major conferences for organisations such as the National Trust, the RSPB, British Trust for Ornithology and the Royal Photographic Society.
These are just two examples of his work. To find out more, please visit his website at www.NaturalFocus.co.uk