Posts Tagged ‘msc’

Yes here it is a bellows from a Bronica medium format camera being used on a 7D DSLR camera as a lens shade, it also makes a attractive head for some people.

Steve Galloway with a Canon 7D DSLR with a Bronica bellows

Photography by David W McMahon

This was taken on a recent trip to Slimbridge with the MSc students from the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging, during this visits the students were working with Prof Heather Angel on their projects and Steve was filming the event on his Eos Canon 7D

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MSc Students working hard on their photography skills

On a visit to the Monkey Forest, the students from the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging, had work so hard during the day they needed to rest, but did they rest on their laurels, no even during a brief respite they were still snapping away at the monkeys in the monkey forest.

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Wollaton Hall 10.00 meet for a 10.30 start.

Tomorrow will be the first time in the history of Biological Photography at The University of Nottingham that both the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging and the Undergraduate Biological Photography and Imaging II students will meet for a public field trip. The total number of students will be about 150, the MSc students will be taking a group of ten to twelve undergraduate students around Wollaton Hall grounds helping and advising them on their photographic techniques, helping them to understand about exposure, composition, depth of field and a basic understanding of photography. This could be the largest photographic meet that Wollaton Hall has had in its grounds for sometime.

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