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April fools day the MSc students from The University of Nottingham, MSc Biological Photography and Imaging were up nice and early for a trip out to the Monkey Forest. The day was a good day for photography not overcast but not very sunny. Helen Walsh was the leader for the day and the the students had a defined brief to follow for the day.

Below is a slide show of the work they achieved that it is only a small selection.

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Helen Walsh one of the associated members of the teaching staff on the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging, Helen’s role on theĀ  course is running two field trips one to the Monkey Forest and the second is to the British Wildlife Center. Helen is now a freelance photographer, designer and writer with a special interest in science communication. She was one of the very first students to graduate from the University of Nottingham with an MSc in Biological Photography and Imaging, her passion is for capturing and communicating in the natural world and the issues it faces . After leaving the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging at the University of Nottingham, she has worked across and within the charitable sector helping organisations to communicate their messages about the environment to a whole host of different people, and using a wide range of marketing tools

Having worked in a marketing environment for 8 years, with organisations like The Wildlife Trusts, Biodiversity Partnerships, the University of Nottingham and environmental consultancies, Helen has a wealth of knowledge and understanding of wildlife and environmental issues, photography, graphic design, editing, writing, branding and interpretation. All supported by a BSc in Zoology and an Associateship with the Royal Photographic Society.

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Helen Walsh working with students at the Monkey Forest

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When teaching on the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging course at The University of Nottingham, the first thing you try to teach the students is to always look in the view finder before before you fire that shutter, always look for those little things that will always catch you out, make sure the focus is good, also a nice composition, interaction between the photographer and the subject matter. All the setting are right everything is perfect, but stop did you look in that viewfinder again. DO NOT MAKE A MONKEY OF YOURSELF.

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Here is a chance to put a caption to a image taken by David Fox whilst at the Monkey

What do you think should be the title, answer via comments please

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