I Shoot Animals … and Sometimes I Cut Their Heads off !

Steven takes a fresh approach to this popular subject, imparts info and advice, recounts stories, and displays his best images on screen and as large prints.

He concludes by describing how he shot an image that won an Annual Royal Photographic Society competition.

Plenty of large prints to view at the start of the evening and during the half-time break.  A magical enjoyable evening.

The talk is designed to be given in a 2 hour period with a 10 minute tea break and has the following structure:

Before the break After the break
  • Introduction
  • Influences
  • My photography
  • International
  • Domestic
  • Flora
  • Underwater:
    • Equipment
    • A typical dive
    • Photographic difficulties
    • Diving dangers
    • The local inhabitants
    • Corals
    • Wreck diving
    • Elphinstone Reef
    • Solitude
    • Teeming with fish
    • Snorkelling
    • Night diving
    • The larger inhabitants
  • Workshops:
    • Club nights
    • British Wildlife Centre
    • Chameleon Photography
  • Southern Africa:
    • Background information
    • Equipment
    • Pussy Cats
    • The Supporting Cast
    • The Kill
    • Birds on Sticks
    • Zambezi and Chobe Rivers
    • Elephants
    • Stoffies Pan
  • Finally
    • I Hope …
    • The Future

COVID-19 UPDATE:  Steven is experienced in and happy to give talks and judge remotely using Zoom or any similar technology.

Please contact Steven at Talks@StevenGalvin.Photography for more details.