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Graham Gall
Graham Gall

Graham is a semi-retired ex Public Servant and now Actor, Model, presenter and professional photographer/videographer.  He shoots wildlife and birds as a hobby when he’s not on a job shooting headshots for actors and models and corporate/ government commissions. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers (AIPP).

His particular interest is Australian flora and fauna and he is a passionate member of the Australian National Botanic Gardens Photographic Group in Canberra where he exhibits annually.

In the birding world he particularly enjoys portraits, birds on flowers, birds in flight and water bird behaviours.

Graham was awarded the Birdlife Photography Entry-Level Bronze Award in 2019 and the Entry Level Gold Award in 2020. Graham’s images have been published in Australian Books, Calendars, Diaries and Bookmarks. He has been published internationally and has won many Awards in competitions across a wide range of subject areas. His images have featured on many significant Social Media accounts by invitation and he has a current Exhibition ‘Significant Trees of the ACT’ travelling to various galleries in the ACT and nearby regional NSW 0ver 2021-22.

Graham’s areas of expertise include:

  • Capturing bird behaviour
  • Image processing with Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop
  • Shooting with Olympus Cameras – settings and lenses
  • Bird photography promotion on social media – Instagram and Facebook
  • Entering photography competitions.
Graham Gall Red Backed Kingfisher
Graham Gall – Red Backed Kingfisher

Go-to camera and lens for Bird Photography:

Olympus OMD EM1X 

Olympus 300mm f/4 IS Pro lens often with MC 1.4 or 2.0.


Image Processing Software used for Bird Photography:

DXO Pure Raw, Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop.


You can find Graham on:


One of Graham’s Favourites:

Graham Gall - Dusky Wood Swallow in flight - Campbell Park Woodland ACT
Dusky Wood Swallow in flight – Campbell Park Woodland ACT

Catch my talks in two sessions at the Conference and visit me at the ‘Ask the Expert’ Sessions if you have any questions.