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If you can make this seminar then make it, £20.00 to listen to a great photographer is cheap.

Landscape photographer Charlie Waite will be giving an exclusive evening seminar at Calumet’s Drummond Street store on Tuesday, 22nd February. Starting at 5pm, the seminar will cover two main topics – ‘Influences’, and ‘Small on Landscape’, a fully illustrated talk on photography using a compact camera. Tickets for the Calumet seminar are £20 and are now on sale at the website below.

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Focal Press

When a photograph captivates you and stirs your soul, you know it instinctively. You not only see the image, you feel it. But how do you capture shots like that with your own camera? How do you make your photographs worth the proverbial thousand words? From portraits to landscapes, still-lifes to documentary shots, Expressive Photography will not only show you why certain images sing, but will also teach you how to create your own compelling photographic images-one click at a time. Visually stunning, and unique in its collaborative approach, this book brings the spirit of the immensely popular Shutter Sisters‘ blog to the printed page through the voice and photography of its founding members.

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Monday Charlie Richards will be coming in for the business module, Tom Hartman’s microscope/ photographic/ SEM session will now be on Tuesday. Wednesday is the Broadcast Video Expo, there will be a full report on this later in the week, also Wednesday is Steve’s birthday he will be 30 so it is a big one for him. Frankie Buckle can not make it in this week as she has a lot of work on with Ziess Microscopes, but Frankie has said that she will be in soon to see you all.

Steve Galloway before his 30th birthday, lets hope somethings improve with age

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The Masters students working along side the 2nd year undergraduate, explaining the photographic techniques that they could use within their module, the session took place today at Wollaton Hall between 10.00 and 13.00 the three staff members in attendance David Fox, Steve Galloway and David McMahon all thought that the session went really well and there was a lot of hard work and enjoyment from both sets of students.

Photography David W McMahon

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There was a massive turn out for the photographic meet up of Masters and undergrads on the Biological photography and Imaging courses.

 

The Class of 2011

 

Photography David W McMahon

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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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Photography David W McMahon

Today the students have been recreating sea life environments with in the studio, photographing a variety of subjects, which include Shore crabs, Starfish, Beadlett anemone, Cockles, Whelks and Periwinkles to name a few. The MSc students are doing this project as part of the marine biology, which is run by Jill Groom.

Also part of the marine biology project the students within the MSc Biological photography and Imaging also get taught how to use Adobe illustrator to create illustrations of sea life. The students have to create a shore life guide as their final project with this module. The Marine biology module consists of visits to Birmingham fish market, Birmingham sea life both of these they visited last week, the studio and illustrator session and visits out to Filey Brigg and Bempton cliffs later this year.

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