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I Fly-In Fly-Out For Class Each Week From The Sunshine Coast

Posted by Social Media on 27/06/2019 6:00:00 PM

PSC student and communications professional Anne Henley flies from the Sunshine Coast to Melbourne for class each week – now that's dedication! Read about the pros and cons of the commute (and accumulating all those Frequent Flyer points), her supportive partner Hop who is her biggest fan and muse, and how she overcame her reluctance show her work in class.

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How I Created An Award-Winning Photobook

Posted by Social Media on 20/06/2019 6:00:00 PM


After winning the Charcoal Publishing Prize for his photobook 'Huon', PSC graduate Noah Thompson tells us how he created it  – from his inspiration and research practices to selecting the final images. His book explores the conflict between environmental preservation and industrial development in Tasmania – and how it effects the state's socio-political and physical landscapes. 

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Chasing Waterfalls and Dreams

Posted by Social Media on 06/06/2019 6:00:00 PM

Second year Bachelor's student Alex Colcheedas was initially studying in the U.S. on a soccer scholarship when back-to-back injuries made him rethink his future. He then returned to Australia and began to follow his dreams of becoming a professional photographer. Read about why adventure ignites his passion for photography,  how he already has a job lined up for when he graduates and where one of his favourite places on earth is to photograph. 

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Cutting My Teeth in Documentary Photography for Human Rights Events With Amnesty

Posted by Social Media on 30/05/2019 5:45:00 PM

Martika Shakoor, PSC Advanced Diploma student, talks about her experience with the PSC/Amnesty International Australia Photographers Network. She is a second-generation Afghan who is specialising in photojournalism and documentary photography. Along with her keen interest in human rights, she was an ideal candidate to be trained by Amnesty International as a volunteer photographer, given photographic briefs and accompany active campaigners to document events. Continuing this year, this initiative aims to provide PSC students with new opportunities to gain experience as working photographers and extend their network. 

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A Dutch Photobook Master

Posted by Social Media on 09/05/2019 6:00:00 PM

World renowned Dutch expert of photography and the photographic book, Corinne Noordenbos, has landed on our shores. For more than three decades, she has drastically impacted the development of photography internationally. Photography Studies College Course Director Daniel Boetker-Smith spoke with her about mentoring her now famous students, her career highlights and visiting Australia for the first time.

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A Passion For Fashion

Posted by Social Media on 02/05/2019 5:30:00 PM

French international student Jules Perrenot is in his final year of his Bachelor of Photography at Photography Studies College. He talks about preparing for his career in fashion photography, establishing the right creative connections, and how Photography Studies College has sharpened the way he creates photographs. 

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Topics: bachelor of photography, fashion photography, international students, Latest Blogs, PSC Student

Brunswick Deconstructed

Posted by Social Media on 11/04/2019 5:30:00 PM

Documentary photographer and Photography Studies College Lecturer Dr. Kristian Häggblom's latest exhibition with Paul Batt 'Brunswick Surfaces' shows the Melbourne inner city suburb in a very different light. His work documents the wears and tears of this multicultural suburb through an experimental lens. Häggblom talks about the ongoing series and the genre of expanded documentary he works in.

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Stranger Things

Posted by Social Media on 28/03/2019 5:45:00 PM

Confronting and visceral is one way to describe visual artist and Photography Studies College graduate Sophie Gabrielle's haunting series (currently on exhibition via Foam gallery in New York and featured in Foam magazine). While her body of work may tug on our fears of being human lab rats, she says it was all part of her healing process . We talk to Sophie about her experimental work, artist residency in Iceland and how PSC helped nurture her award-winning artistic sensibilities. 

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From Accountant to Street Photographer

Posted by Social Media on 21/03/2019 6:15:00 PM

Current Photography Studies College student Susan Brunialti  has gone from being an accountant to having a flourishing career in photography. Her heart is in street photography because she loves to capture the essence of a time, place and its people. Majoring in art photography and studying part-time, she talks to PSC about how surviving breast-cancer was the catalyst for her to turn her passion for photography into a bonafide career, why she entrusted Photography Studies College with her photography education – and her first solo exhibition. 

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Posted by Social Media on 27/02/2019 5:00:00 PM


11 Days and 10 Nights:
Guilin, Lijiang, Yangshuo, Chengdu, Danba

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