7 June 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - South London Photographic Society

I would like to thank you very much for your very intersting talk last night.  The feed back has been superb.  The maps showing us where to go and the images taken at these places were excellent!  I thought it was a brilliant idea to include some bird song of some of the species shown.  It brings the image to life.  For us in London, visiting some of the locations, such as the Rutland Water Nature Reserve will mean an overnight stay (or two) but will be well worth the effort.  Now that lockdown is easing, my shutter finger is itching to go so I'm looking at a visit to the Wetlands Centre in Barnes on the banks of the Thames.  Perhaps a club outing?  Best wishes Den. President  SLPS

I couldn't make Monday night so Ive just watched your recording. Excellent presentation adding so much more information with locations & knowledge of your subjects etc   Thank you,.   Kind regards  Pat Couder CPAGB BPE1 QPSA

 

4 June 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Reading Camera Club

Many thanks for your entertaining and informative talk for Reading Camera Club yesterday evening, which was very well received by our members and guests. I know the details of the images that you gave were much appreciated by the audience. It was a great demonstration of how local knowledge is so important for finding the best images.  I was delighted to see the Grey Wagtail - I saw a bird the other week that was either a Grey or a Yellow Wagtail and I wasn't sure which but having seen your picture am more confident that it was a Grey!
Regards,  Nigel Holmes

 

25 May 2021 - "My Lockdown Garden 2020" - Thurrock Camera Club

Firstly I wanted to drop you this quick note to say thank you for your presetnation last night and especially for giving up your time for free to our club. Your presetnation was enjoyed by all of our members that attended and they appreciated both your dedication and enthusiasm to maintaining your hobby while confined  during lockdown, both of which were conveyed by your talk.  It was great to hear how you were able to attract a good variety of bird species, along with insects to an urban garden  and the images presented, along with the details of how they were captured, have certainly inspired a number of our members to revisit the photographic opportunities available to them in the own gardens.   

As promised we will be recommending your talk to other local clubs over the coming weeks.  Secondly, as mentioned  we would be delighted if you would be available to provide a further talk to the club during our centenary season which commences in September.   At the moment I only have one open date , being 12th April 2022.  I appreciate that this is still a long way off but it would be excellent news if you would be available for that evening to give us your talk "Where I photograph wildlife in the UK" which we would anticipate running via zoom.  I welcome your thoughts on whether you might be available for this date.  In the meantime thanks again for giving us a very enjoyable evening.  Best Regards, David

17 May 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Blythe Bridge Camera Club

Just wanted to say thank you again for the talk you gave to the members of Blythe Bridge Camera Club last night. It was very well received by our members.  A number of our members said that you had made them aware of some place which they did not know about but will definitely be visiting them.  Thanks again.  Best regards Alan Lovatt, Treasurer/Vice President, Blythe Bridge Camera Club

 

11 May 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Gloucester Camera Club

Just wanted to say your presentation was excellent. You should publish a book. David john Gloucester camera club member

 

10 May 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Coventry Photographic Society

Just minutes before you finished your excellent talk to Coventry PS this evening I had a power failure , which cut me off. I was disappointed because I wanted to congratulate you on a brilliant and comprehensive selection of pictures of wildlife. I was also intrigued by the fact that you used a high ISO in most cases to enable you to obtain a suitable shutter speed. Showing this info was a brilliant idea and extremely interesting and helpful. Congratulations and many thanks - apologies for having to leave slightly earlier because of the wretched power failure. All best wishes. John Morgan (Cov PS)

On behalf of Coventry Photographic Society, I would like to thank you for giving us your lecture ‘Where I photograph wildlife in the UK’, last Monday. It was very well received by our members.  I have had many comments appreciating you including information on your camera settings, and locations used. This is particularly helpful to a number of our members who are fairly new to club photography, and the sort of help they have been requesting.  As my own primary interest is in nature photography, your lecture was particularly interesting for me, and I was very impressed by the quality of your images.  It has been a definite advantage of Zoom that we are able to book photographers outside our normal area. The fact you gave your lecture free of charge was greatly appreciated by our Treasurer!  I hope we will be able to see some more of your work in the future.  Best wishes,  Terry Bailey CPAGB  

 

7 May 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Brentwood & DistrictPhotographic Club

On behalf of the Brentwood & District Photographic Club I would like to thank you for your great talk last night.  We were amazed at the quality and quantity of your presentation and I know that our members were impressed with your work.  Our Chair, Julie Hutson contacted me to suggest that as we enjoyed your talk so much perhaps we can offer a donation to you, or your favorite charity, (perhaps RSPB), to show our appreciation.  

Many thanks,  Phil Ricketts ARPS  Programme Secretary

5 May 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Wellington & District Camera Club

Thank you so much for your hugely informative and professional talk on Wednesday, to Wellington and friends.   What a range of birds we saw, and beautifully photographed. I can appreciate how many hours and years it took to assemble this. The bird song as well was lovely to hear.     

I am hoping to make a book for the club on this year of zoom, and wonder if I may use your flier/s and a couple of photos in it please? You choose!  Thank you again, very much for such a lovely evening. 

Diane Rowe  WDCC programme organiser

27 April 2021 - "My Lockdown Garden 2020"  Ryton Camera Club

Can I say a big thank you for a very informative talk last night.  Not only were the images superb but your comments and the tech info provided, made for a very entertaining evening.  Your self isolation period was put to good use and I am sure provided much entertainment in a "dark" period.  Given the opportunity, you like us I am sure would have been travelling but needs must and at lest your time was not wasted as a beautiful period of life has been recorded.  Perhaps sometimes we don't stop and enjoy our surroundings enough as we always rush from one thing to the next.  We all much appreciated the time and dedication you have put into bringing your garden into our homes.

Wyn & Martin Sedgwick

26 April 2021 - An Australasian Adventure and its Wildlife - Aberdare Camera Club

My sincere apologies but I seem to have failed to send a thank-you for your talk to the club.  Feed back from the members has been extremely positive and very appreciative of the photography.  Hopefully you would be happy to present to the club again in the future once we set to work on the 2022 programme.  Huw Edwards, Treasurer / Secretary, Aberdare Camera Club
 

22 April 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK"  Gwent Photographic Society

Thank you for your presentation last night it was very informative on where to go for Wildlife Photography.

Roger Trawford 

20 April 2021 - "An Australasian Adventure and its Wildlife" Duston Camera Club

Just wanted to say 'Thank you' for a very enjoyable evening, excellent photography and great presentation!  You always amaze me at the quality of the images that you achieve, both technically and the composition. Look forward to your next talk at Duston.

Gerry Coles - Secretary

On behalf of Duston Camera Club I would like to thank you for your presentation to us last night of 'An Australasian Adventure'. As usual you never disappoint!  Well balanced commentary, camera information, location info and quality images. The reaction of our 'audience' last night showed how they really enjoyed the evening.  Look forward to seeing you at our clubrooms in the near future.

Ian Oxborough - Duston Camera Club Program Secretary

19 April 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK"  Kirkcaldy Photographic Society

Just a quick email to say how much we enjoyed your presentation last night.  So many beautiful images and birds and butterflies that most of us would give our right arm to see, let alone photograph.  It was wonderful having such detailed information with regards to both location and settings.  I have had numerous calls to ask me to pass on the members thanks.  It was an excellent evening and perhaps I will call on you again when I am doing the next syllabus.  Thank you again for an evening of excellent entertainment.  Cathy Davies - Syllabus Secretary

 

29 March 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife Abroad"  Corley and Fillongley Photographic Club

Thank you so much for presenting to us on Monday evening.  There has been lots of positive feedback about the variety of birds and the locations you selected. John Hayes - Chairman

24 March 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK"  Birkenhead Photographic Association

Just a message to say a big thank you for your superb presentation last night. I have had many enthusiastic comments from our own members on the quality, of your images, the depth of your knowledge and your relaxed and informative presentation style. Our guests also wished me to pass on to you their gratitude for such a superb evening. Ron Thomas BPA Secretary 

Thanks for another excellent talk, Malcolm. A donation from our club has also been made to helping the Ospreys at L&RWT....Treasurer BPA

23 March 2021 - "My Lockdown Garden 2020" - Deeside Photograph Club

Many thanks for last nights presentation.  It went down very well and our members talked about how they were enthralled by the story and commented on your great images. I loved it and its definitely given me food for thought.  Thankyou again.  Stay safe.  Paula Potter Chair

22 March 2021 - "My Lockdown Garden 2020" - Stalybridge Photographic Club

On Monday evening, Malcolm kindly visited Stalybridge Photographic club via zoom for his talk " my garden lockdown". This was a very interesting evening with some superb photography. Malcolm showed us how he setup from start to finish and each image that was shown also showed his camera settings. Thanks to him our members have been encouraged to follow his lead, without having to travel. A great evening which was thoroughly enjoyed, we look forward to meeting Malcolm later in the year for another of his many talks.... Roy Rogers

15 March 2021 - "An Australasian Adventure and its Wildlife" - Swansea Camera Club

Thank you again for a brilliant talk this evening, and due to the in-depth information you provided, I really do feel like I travelled along with you sir!  Excellent.  Jason J. Chapman CPAGB President

Let me also say what an enjoyable camera club night we had yesterday. What a fabulous trip and so well presented.  David (Chair, SCC)

11 March 2021 - "My Lockdown Garden 2020" - Focus Photography Club

On behalf of Focus Photography Club I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Malcolm for an excellent presentation, 'My Lockdown Garden 2020'. A superb presentation that, unlike others, has the images presented in chronological order, starting in early Spring through to Autumn. A classic example of the wildlife that can be attracted to our 'Lockdown' gardens. Again many thanks Malcolm for a superb, stunning and highly recommended presentation.

Michael Carbery

 

23 February 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK"  Market Harborough Photographic Society

Last night at MHPS, we hosted Malcolm Hupman, who gave a talk on his wildlife photography work. The presentation was well put together, with many images well supported by information and helpful detail.

I had previously seen Malcolm deliver a presentation face to face, and it didn't lose much when delivered on Zoom. A very good evening and we will be making a presentation to L&RWT, Osprey Camera fund at Rutland Water, on his behalf.

Bryan Foskett

 

11 February 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK"Ormskirk Camera Club

Thank you so much for your excellent talk last night. Your photos of birds are absolutely stunning and the information you gave was invaluable. Members were really impressed and thank you for inspiring them to get out there and find places around and about. On a personal note I have been to some of the places you mentioned but I will be visiting others when I can get down to see my friend in Market Harborough.  Today although cold it is sunny and dry so I’ve found a place local to me called the Wigan Flashes so I’m going to go and have a walk there with my camera.  Thank you again for a wonderful talk.

Clare Southall  Syllabus Secretary

25 January 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Dudley Camera Club

Many thanks for your time on Monday it was both interesting and informative. I’ve had lots of positive feedback from members who enjoyed the depth of information and knowledge of your presentation Thanks again Derek 

 

18 January 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Swinton and District Photographic Society

Just a brief message to say for myself and fellow members a huge thank you for your excellent, informative and thoroughly enjoyable presentation to us tonight.  As I and others agreed, not only were the selection of images shown to us of a particularly high standard but so were your details and information of the subjects contained and the locations they can be found in.  As things stand currently and if the lockdowns continue past May we would have no hesitation whatsoever in requesting you to present another of your talks to us again, subject to your availability of course.  My sincere thanks and best wishes. Keep safe. Keith 

Keith Barber FIScT CPAGB LRPS
L&CPU Accredited Judge, President and Treasurer of Swinton and District Photographic Society

 

14 January 2021 - "My Lockdown Garden 2020" - Holmes Chapel Photographic Society

Thursday Evening Holmes Chapel Photographic Society where treated to an excellent talk by Malcolm Hupman on his lockdown garden - a real treat and it goes to show what can be done in your back garden - Thankyou Malcom and I heartily recommend this talk

Alistair MacKenzie HCPS

13 January 2021 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife Abroad" - Corby Photographic Club

Thanks Malcolm for a great show. It must have taken hours to produce, every detail from the image sizing, catch lines around the edges, maps, camera setting info and even the bird sounds.. Brilliant.. 

Sylvia Adams

8 January 2021 - “Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK” - Fosse Co-op Camera Club

Just a line to say thank you so much for your brilliant presentation on Friday.   Obviously a lot of thought and preparation had gone into this presentation and the photography was superb.    Your notes and maps will be most helpful to those of our members who wish to pursue wild life photography.  We look forward to seeing you again.

Peggy Franks  FCCC

7 January 2021 - "My Lockdown Garden" - Milton Canoe & Camera Club, Nova Scotia, Canada

This was just lovely,  Thank you for inviting me.  Pictures were spectacular but I think it's the story that got  to me. How you started with pigeons and ended with the butterflies and house mouse.

Isabelle Blanchet Washington DC USA

14th January

I just wanted to let you know that I’m still hearing positive feedback from our members about your presentation. 

Thanks again!

Frank Iusi MCCC

5 January 2021 - “Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK” - Conwy Camera Club

I just wanted to thank you for a truly inspiring talk yesterday evening to the Camera Club and as promised we have made a donation to your nominated charity.  On a personal note Martin and I found this presentation fascinating as we are both keen wildlife photographers and have visited several of the locations mentioned in your presentation.

Jayne Williams Treasurer CCC

I want to thank you for your superb talk on Tuesday.  So much information and advice along with your wonderful images. made a truly remarkable evening.  Feedback from members has been very positive - so many, including me, have been inspired to look forward to  planning some interesting trips when we can leave our homes once more.

Sue Clarke Programme Secretary CCC

 

4 January 2021 - “An Australasian Adventure and its Wildlife” - Wrexham and District Photographic Society

We all thoroughly enjoyed – and were inspired – by your Zoom talk  last night.  Every week I put a report on the WDPS web-site about the previous presentation, and I like to illustrate these with an image.  Could you  let me have one of your images for this please.  We do, of course, acknowledge the photographer.  I cannot think which would best represent your talk, but perhaps the huge Wedge Tailed Eagle is the – to most people- one that represents Australia. (Personally I am attracted to the beautifully named Superb Fairy-Wren).  Again many thanks.

 Peter Emerson,  hon. Sec, WDPS.

16 December 2020 - “Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK” - Lutterworth Photographic Society Co-op

Many thanks for such a great night last night.  I'm sure you will have gathered that we have quite a few keen wildlife photographers among our members and we were all so impressed with your presentation.  Not only were the pictures great, but the detailed information you shared alongside them was quite unique in my experience.  This will surely result in many of us visiting those wildlife sites, enjoying the natural world and maybe bringing home a special picture or two as a bonus.  I hope we'll see you again soon.

John Haddon Chairman

25 November 2020 - "My Lockdown Garden" - Birkenhead Photographic Association 

Just a note of thanks on behalf of Birkenhead Photographic Association for the superb lecture that you provided for us over ZOOM last night. All our members and visitors appreciated the excellent photography and all of your hard work in putting together such a first class presentation.

Ron Thomas BPA Secretary

 

16 November 2020 - "My Lockdown Garden" - Ellesmere Port Photographic Society

Very many thanks for your talk yesterday evening. It really went very well. I really liked the way you introduced the two starling birds - eating out of your hand !  And I really liked your close-up images. Very detailed and very sharp.  So many thanks again.  Cheers,.

Bill Preston

 

4 November 2020 - "My Lockdown Garden" - Corby Photographic Club

We were really delighted with your “ My  Lockdown Garden” presentation.  Not only were the photos amazing but we also learnt a great deal about some of the habits of your bird life.  Harry recognised a lot of the birds you showed but not the detail that you went into.  It was very evident that you must have spent many, many hours putting it together and “ your presenter’s voice” was most professional. Well done. 

Harry and Jan Chisholm (Sydney Australia)

Thank you for a very enjoyable evening last night.

 Andrei Van der Walt

3 November 2020 - “Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK” - Daventry Photographic Society

"Very Many thanks Malcolm for a great evening full of interest and fantastic photos.  I found your talk absolutely fascinating and will certainly be following up on some of your destinations and if I can only get photos half as good as you I will be pleased. I am just putting the programme together for next year so hopefully will be in touch to ask you for a return visit."

Linda Ariss

2 November 2020 - “Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK”- Mid Sussex Camera Club

"You were fantastic. Thank you so much."

John Peters

21 September 2020 - “An Australasian Adventure and its Wildlife” - Nuneaton Photographic Society

"Firstly, I would just like to say that I very much enjoyed your presentation last night and liked your use of maps detailing your various stages of your tour. 

Considering you were not on a focused photography tour you came back with some quality images with a good variety of species. 

Martin Robinson

18 September 2020 - “Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK” - Leicester and Leicestershire Photographic Society

"I am very pleased that I was able to listen and watch in to your talk on Friday night to LLPS  as it was absolutely marvellous.  

I thought all your images were stunning-so clear and bright and it is a great thrill to see smaller birds as I find a lot of bird photographers show  the bigger species. And your clear well paced talk was ideal. "

Jean Burbridge

29 January 2020 - "Where I photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Dunchurch Photographic Society

http://dunchurchps.com/dps-wp/2020/02/page/2/

David J. Bray (Chairman)

2 November 2019 - "Where I photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Leicester Forest  Photographic Society

"Just another thank you for a brilliant evening last night at Leicester Forest. I am sure everyone enjoyed your presentation and the information you provided alongside your superb images."

John Whitby

11 October 2019 - "Where I photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Desborough and Rothwell Photographic Society

https://www.drpsphoto.co.uk/blog/2019/10/-where-i-photograph-wildlife-in-the-uk---malcolm-hupman

22nd January 2019 - "Where I Photograph Wildlife in the UK" - Duston Camera Club

Thank you very much for your talk last night at Duston, I thought it was one of the best we have had Although I'm not generally a bird photographer, your talk has given me inspiration to have a go I thought your pictures were beautiful examples of what is out there if only we go out and find it.

 I have also had 2 emails already from members saying how much they enjoyed it, So many many thanks for such a wonderful night.

Brian Pere