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Tom Clarke is at present working full-time as a sound engineer and video producer. Tom is also in the process of updating his skills portfolio with Autodesk Smoke. Tom Clarke has made the suggestion that this software should be taught on the MSc Biological Photography and imaging as part of the video module, I have never used this software; it would be good to get some kind of feedback on this application.

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Junior photographer role

Do you have a passion for travel and photography?

Do you excel in customer service and enjoy working as part of a team?

To find out more about this exciting opportunity,

contact us @ hr@theshipsphotographer.com


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Laura Sutherland, Ex MSc Biological Photography and Imaging, The University of Nottingham.

Laura Sutherland is interviewed for the Arkive Blog

I’ve always had a bit of a fascination with nature and the outdoors, and like nothing more than being outside in my wellies, camera in hand. This led me to study Biological Sciences at Oxford University and then Biological Photography & Imaging at the University of Nottingham. After completing my Masters degree I moved to Bristol to start work as an ARKive Media Researcher and have been here ever since.

See the full interview @

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Stu Williamson Photography is the regions leading creative photography company specialising in contemporary and avent-garde portraiture, with additional expertise in wedding and commercial photography. As well as many individual TV, music and sports personalities our client list includes; JP Morgan, WS Atkins, Cartier, Hyder Consulting, Fly Dubai, Bloomingdales and the Jumeirah Group.

About You:

Stu Williamson Photography has a strong culture of creativity and openness and believes work should be fun!!! We only require like minded individuals; no corporate big wigs or old fuddy duddy’s. Only those with passion, energy and the following characteristics have what it takes to make it with Stu Williamson Photography:

Rapport that makes EVERYONE feel special.

Pixel perfectionism

Team players – Its all about all for one and one for all.


A short summary of the role can be found below:

The Role

This is an exceptional opportunity. You will form part of the coveted Stu Williamson Photography Creative Team primarily focusing on studio portraits, weddings and commercial work.


We are seeking a creative and confident photographer at an Associate level with a minimum of 2 years studio experience. Candidates will have a varied portfolio showing evidence of a strong natural eye for composition, design and technical ability. You will have excellent communication and people skills.

Personal Attributes

A confident individual with an abundance of talent, drive and ambition, capable of creating a vibrant atmosphere and delivering an exciting and unique client experience.

This position is available immediately. If you think you have what it takes or know someone else that does, please submit applications in writing to Correna at correna@stuwilliamson.com

Applications should include a covering letter , CV, plus a recent photograph of yourself. Also your portfolio must be sent showing a large range of studio portraits of families and children, weddings and commercial.

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Today was the start of the Biological Photography module with the undergrads at the School of Biology, The University of Nottingham. This is an eleven-week module with 120-second year students in attendance. The students have four assignments and a final course project during these eleven weeks, each of the projects is designed to teach them the basic to advanced photography skills, and their projects are biological in theme.

The Students use an Olympus 420E Digital SLR with a 14-42mm lens during the period of the module; almost all of them have never used a SLR before and have no understanding of photography.

But they soon learn and produce outstanding pieces of work. The M.S.c students from the Biological Photography and Imaging course act as mentors to the undergrads, it is a two way learning systems, the undergrads are split into groups of ten, they then have a one to ten ratio, as the M.S.c student acts as a front line supervisor which in turn is supported by Steve Galloway Taught Course Specialist and headed by David McMahon the Imaging Course Convenor. Pictured are some of the M.S.c students interacting with the undergrads during the class room session

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Apple is more secretive about its supply chain in China than almost all of its rivals, according to

a new report by anti-pollution activists who accuse the company’s products of degrading the environment and poisoning workers.

Would this stop you from making that purchase. this story is here

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