Congratulations to PSC's Certificate IV in Photography and Photo Imaging graduate Sarah Minall for being shortlisted as a finalist for her video, and receiving an Honourable Mention for one of her underwater images, in the Herald Award of Excellence for Ocean Geographic Pictures of the Year Awards 2021. It is touted as the most influential underwater imagery competition.
Congratulations to PSC's Part-Time Advanced Diploma of Photography final year student Steve Womersley for having his work shortlisted to be in the running for the Global Billboard Project! The winning photographers will have their images on billboards on New York's 9th Avenue later this year!
The Global Billboard Project aims to beautify city skylines one billboard at a time by offering photographers from all around the world the opportunity to be selected to display their winning photo on a Manhattan billboard for five days each.
PSC's Part-Time Pro Photography Certificate student Kristy Fox will be exhibiting her work in the Darkroom Street Photography Exhibition at the Focal Point Darkroom & Gallery in Geelong.
It opens tomorrow, Friday 18 June and runs until 11 July 2021.
Following overwhelming demand from applicants, the Bachelor of Photography mid-year start date has been extended by one week from 21 June to 28 June 2021. The catalyst for this extension has come as a result of Melbourne's recent 2-week lockdown – resulting in a backlog of interviews for applicants and face-to-face tours at the College's modern South Melbourne campus.
So take advantage of the extra week and get your applications in NOW! We are currently interviewing and booking campus tours. Make 2021 count as the year you got started on your creative career!
PSC's Part-Time Advanced Diploma student Kadri Elcoat’s latest photography collection, Postcards from the Edge, explores life during Melbourne’s extended lockdown period in 2020.
The collection, which has been selected for Sydney’s “Head On” Portrait Photo Festival, sought to break the mould of other work common during lockdown by bringing colour and humour to the images.
“A lot of people sought to portray life in lockdown, but these images were often of empty streets and monochrome colours. I wanted to do the opposite and make images that were as colourful and creative as possible,” she said.
By Rachael Fleury of Southbank News.
Congratulations to PSC’s Bachelor of Photography First Year Convenor Sarina Lirosi, PSC's 2018 Bachelor of Photography Graduate Anna Gottlieb, and PSC's former Lecturer Mia McDonald for being shortlisted as a Finalist for the Olive Cotton Award for Photographic Portraiture presented by the Tweed Regional Gallery. #PSCCommunity
PSC's Home Photo Competition Awards Ceremony in conjunction with Ted's Cameras was held on Sunday 16 May. It coincided with the College's May Open Day. We were delighted to welcome all our student winners, and their teachers, family and friends to our South Melbourne campus!
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