Ian Lloyd shares his tips with PSC’s photojournalism major students

Posted by Carmen Edwards on 17/09/2016 10:32:19 PM
On September 15 PSC’s Advanced Diploma photojournalism major students travelled to RMIT for a lecture presented by leading international corporate/editorial/travel photographer Ian Lloyd. Canada-born and now resident in Sydney, Ian's career has spanned the globe and included a long stint in Singapore, where he established a stock library and publishing company. Long regarded as a top Asia specialist, he has worked for a number of high-profile clients including National Geographic, Time, Exxon and Apple. He has published 35 books, including  STUDIO: Australian Painters on the Nature of Creativity(2007) , a best-seller accompanied by an exhibition shown in 22 state and regional galleries and seen by more than 130,000 people. Travel remains Ian’s focus, and he spends about half of every year on the road shooting stock and undertaking occasional editorial assignments.
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Topics: Highlight, photojournalism, Time, Travel Photography, Advanced Diploma, Apple, Bill Bachman, Business Tips, careers, diploma of photography, Event, Exxon, Ian Lloyd, melbourne, Melbourne Polytechnic, national geographic, Part Time Photography Course, photographer, photography studies, Photography Tips, professional photography, Published Work, RMIT, Students

Ian Lloyd shares his tips with PSC’s photojournalism major students

Posted by Carmen Edwards on 17/09/2016 10:32:19 PM
On September 15 PSC’s Advanced Diploma photojournalism major students travelled to RMIT for a lecture presented by leading international corporate/editorial/travel photographer Ian Lloyd. Canada-born and now resident in Sydney, Ian's career has spanned the globe and included a long stint in Singapore, where he established a stock library and publishing company. Long regarded as a top Asia specialist, he has worked for a number of high-profile clients including National Geographic, Time, Exxon and Apple. He has published 35 books, including  STUDIO: Australian Painters on the Nature of Creativity(2007) , a best-seller accompanied by an exhibition shown in 22 state and regional galleries and seen by more than 130,000 people. Travel remains Ian’s focus, and he spends about half of every year on the road shooting stock and undertaking occasional editorial assignments.
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Topics: Highlight, photojournalism, Time, Travel Photography, Advanced Diploma, Apple, Bill Bachman, Business Tips, careers, diploma of photography, Event, Exxon, Ian Lloyd, melbourne, Melbourne Polytechnic, national geographic, Part Time Photography Course, photographer, photography studies, Photography Tips, professional photography, Published Work, RMIT, Students

Australia’s No 1 Photography College right in the arts hub of Melbourne

Posted by Carmen Edwards on 17/09/2016 3:41:29 PM

 

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Topics: bachelor of photography, Highlight, Nikon, PSC, Tayla Nuss-Soeharto, women in photography, AIPP, APPAs, College of the year, Event, Julie Moss, melbourne, News, photography, professional photography, Staff, Student of the year, Students

Australia’s No 1 Photography College right in the arts hub of Melbourne

Posted by Carmen Edwards on 17/09/2016 3:41:29 PM

 

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Topics: bachelor of photography, Highlight, Nikon, PSC, Tayla Nuss-Soeharto, women in photography, AIPP, APPAs, College of the year, Event, Julie Moss, melbourne, News, photography, professional photography, Staff, Student of the year, Students

1st Year Student Antoine Loncle Finds a Niche Market for His Photography Work

Posted by Social Media on 16/08/2016 4:53:56 PM

In the spirit of the annual Obscura Festival of Photography that is opening on 19 August (in which our second year students are heavily involved in), we met up with one of our international students who is actually from Penang. Antoine Loncle is a first year student in the Bachelor Degree program who moved to Melbourne six months ago. He had never been to Melbourne before that and was almost going to pursue his higher studies in France, as he is half French and very familiar with the region. He settled on Melbourne because he wanted a change, and felt that in comparison to other colleges and universities in Asia-Pacific, PSC had the best to offer.

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Topics: vaudville smash, bands, live gigs, melbourne, melbourne international jazz festival, music, Students

1st Year Student Antoine Loncle Finds a Niche Market for His Photography Work

Posted by Social Media on 16/08/2016 4:53:56 PM

In the spirit of the annual Obscura Festival of Photography that is opening on 19 August (in which our second year students are heavily involved in), we met up with one of our international students who is actually from Penang. Antoine Loncle is a first year student in the Bachelor Degree program who moved to Melbourne six months ago. He had never been to Melbourne before that and was almost going to pursue his higher studies in France, as he is half French and very familiar with the region. He settled on Melbourne because he wanted a change, and felt that in comparison to other colleges and universities in Asia-Pacific, PSC had the best to offer.

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Topics: vaudville smash, bands, live gigs, melbourne, melbourne international jazz festival, music, Students

Who is Luke Rush? Introducing our Creative 2nd year Student

Posted by Social Media on 12/08/2016 11:38:47 AM

Some of you have probably met Luke Rush before, either on campus or at last year’s Open Day at PSC. He’s a creative and motivated 2nd year student, who has produced a variety of work under the genres of commercial and fine art photography. Luke will be at open day again this year, and as a way of introducing him to our visitors we took a moment to interview him. Here’s what he had to say about his journey at PSC:

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Topics: Open Day, university, Luke Rush, melbourne, photography, Students

Who is Luke Rush? Introducing our Creative 2nd year Student

Posted by Social Media on 12/08/2016 11:38:47 AM

Some of you have probably met Luke Rush before, either on campus or at last year’s Open Day at PSC. He’s a creative and motivated 2nd year student, who has produced a variety of work under the genres of commercial and fine art photography. Luke will be at open day again this year, and as a way of introducing him to our visitors we took a moment to interview him. Here’s what he had to say about his journey at PSC:

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Topics: Open Day, university, Luke Rush, melbourne, photography, Students

Making a Life Changing Decision to Study Photography : Featuring Anne McCallum

Posted by Social Media on 03/08/2016 12:50:51 PM

"I live in the countryside, in a place called Nug Nug which is in the North East of Victoria. I’m currently doing my Advanced Diploma in photography at PSC – as I’ve always loved photography. For someone who has been telling her children that they can do anything they want to, I thought it was time I took up the opportunity to pursue my passion."

Anne McCallum is in her first year at PSC and is finally honing her creativity in the arts. She describes her inclination towards photography as something that was passed down to her by her mother who was a singing teacher and artist, and her father who ‘always had a camera in his hand’.

Image by Anne McCallum

After years of working in a variety of industries such as nursing, hospitality and retail, Anne has recently been exploring her interest in visual communications and image making. As a result of her quest for finding an environment which would help develop her artistry, Anne researched schools in Victoria and visited PSC.

“I looked at a few places but just kept coming back to PSC. The atmosphere is so welcoming and friendly, that I felt inspired to jump into the deep end and take up full time studies here. Now that I’ve started, the tutors are very nurturing and they want you to do the best you can do.”

Despite having a busy lifestyle and being the mother of five, Anne listened to her heart and made a commitment of travelling down to Melbourne for her classes. The lifestyle of moving back and forth between places isn’t new to her. Ever since she left Scotland as a child to reside in Australia, she has been travelling all over the region which has made her extremely adaptive.

Image by Anne McCallum

After her first semester at PSC, Anne has found a deep interest in still life photography. She enjoys trying out a range of lighting techniques, in natural environments and at the PSC studio.

"It’s been a very interesting semester and I have enjoyed a steep learning curve, as the course is very practical and challenging in a good way. The experience of learning here is so diverse, giving you a wide range of genres in photography to explore. The major lesson I’ve learnt is that it’s important to believe in yourself. I was initially worried about ‘not reaching the standards’, but I’ve overcome that since being here. I now feel like there’s nothing I can’t achieve."

Come to PSC Open Day and meet Anne, who will be happy to discuss her experience with you and offer you insights about studying photography. Anne and her husband currently host the Nug Nug Wah Homestead, which you can check out here, you can also follow Anne on her exciting Instagram channel @nug_nug_wah_homestead. Feel free to contact us and learn more about our full time options.

Image by Anne McCallum
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Topics: Open Day, part time, university, full time, melbourne, photography, PSC open day, Students

Making a Life Changing Decision to Study Photography : Featuring Anne McCallum

Posted by Social Media on 03/08/2016 12:50:51 PM

"I live in the countryside, in a place called Nug Nug which is in the North East of Victoria. I’m currently doing my Advanced Diploma in photography at PSC – as I’ve always loved photography. For someone who has been telling her children that they can do anything they want to, I thought it was time I took up the opportunity to pursue my passion."

Anne McCallum is in her first year at PSC and is finally honing her creativity in the arts. She describes her inclination towards photography as something that was passed down to her by her mother who was a singing teacher and artist, and her father who ‘always had a camera in his hand’.

Image by Anne McCallum

After years of working in a variety of industries such as nursing, hospitality and retail, Anne has recently been exploring her interest in visual communications and image making. As a result of her quest for finding an environment which would help develop her artistry, Anne researched schools in Victoria and visited PSC.

“I looked at a few places but just kept coming back to PSC. The atmosphere is so welcoming and friendly, that I felt inspired to jump into the deep end and take up full time studies here. Now that I’ve started, the tutors are very nurturing and they want you to do the best you can do.”

Despite having a busy lifestyle and being the mother of five, Anne listened to her heart and made a commitment of travelling down to Melbourne for her classes. The lifestyle of moving back and forth between places isn’t new to her. Ever since she left Scotland as a child to reside in Australia, she has been travelling all over the region which has made her extremely adaptive.

Image by Anne McCallum

After her first semester at PSC, Anne has found a deep interest in still life photography. She enjoys trying out a range of lighting techniques, in natural environments and at the PSC studio.

"It’s been a very interesting semester and I have enjoyed a steep learning curve, as the course is very practical and challenging in a good way. The experience of learning here is so diverse, giving you a wide range of genres in photography to explore. The major lesson I’ve learnt is that it’s important to believe in yourself. I was initially worried about ‘not reaching the standards’, but I’ve overcome that since being here. I now feel like there’s nothing I can’t achieve."

Come to PSC Open Day and meet Anne, who will be happy to discuss her experience with you and offer you insights about studying photography. Anne and her husband currently host the Nug Nug Wah Homestead, which you can check out here, you can also follow Anne on her exciting Instagram channel @nug_nug_wah_homestead. Feel free to contact us and learn more about our full time options.

Image by Anne McCallum
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Topics: Open Day, part time, university, full time, melbourne, photography, PSC open day, Students

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