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At The University of Nottingham, we run three course one is the Masters course, the other two are modules run on the undergraduate programme one in the third year which starts in September and the second programme which starts in January. The masters students act as mentors to the second year module on which there is 120 students. On all three courses we teach the students photography with Biology/ Biological as the subject. Here the Master students are receiving instruction on how to use the Digital SLR Olympus cameras. On the undergraduate modules the university supply all the equipment for the students to use.

Photography David W McMahon

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Richard Ward from Oxford Scientific giving a lecture to the M.S.c Biological Photography and Imaging students at The University of Nottingham. Richard was here to discuss how image libraries could be used by the professional photography.

 

Photography David W McMahon

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Surviving in the Wild –   18.15  for 19.15
Royal Geographical Society

1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR


Simon King will talk about his life in the wild, his passion for Africa and the vital role that humans play in the survival of species and the future of the planet.

Also talking at the event will be Rachael Murton, manager of the first Elephant Orphanage in Zambia. She will share her experiences of setting up the project and the challenges of rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing orphaned elephants.

Tickets £15.00, Tel: 01483 272323, Profits to The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

This day is a Private study, it could be well worth a visit to hear Simon Speak

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Make a Presentation

Image Visualisation

Wednesday 26th January 2011

Students will bring with them one image that should inspire them, one image that they dislike and an image that they could replicate and improve. Students will be expected to present their findings to their peers in a short 5-minute discussion

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