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  • Lygon Street Documentary Workshop with World Renowned Photojournalist Michael Coyne | 3, 5 & 6 June

Develop the techniques of documentary photography and enjoy the opportunity to photograph Lygon Street during this 2 ½ day workshop.

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PSC is excited to once again offer this fantastic 2 ½ day documentary workshop.

Develop the techniques of documentary photography and enjoy the opportunity to photograph Lygon Street under the guidance of an experienced professional.

During this workshop you will learn:

  • Shooting techniques
  • How to get the most out of your camera
  • How to create more exciting and creative images
  • All about narrative and how to tell stories with your images
  • Other elements of documentary photography.

Workshop Delivery Dates & Times

Day 1: Thursday June 3 I 6:00pm - 9:00pm | At PSC
Day 2: Saturday June 5 I 8:30am - 5:00pm | On Location
Day 3: Sunday June 6 I 9:00am - 12:00pm | At PSC (includes catered lunch)


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Dr Michael Coyne has worked as a photographer for over 40 years, covering significant events in places as diverse as China, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia, Indonesia, the Middle East and Africa. His work has been featureEditLygon video 3 invisible jacket copy.00_00_25_01.Still002d in magazines such as Time, Life, Newsweek, and National Geographic, as well as a number of solo exhibitions around the world.

Michael spent eight years in the Middle East documenting the rise of Islamic fundamentalism. He covered the Iranian revolution and the Iran/Iraq war, for his work he received a number of awards.

Michael has had many successful books published and three documentaries films have been produced about his life and work. In April 2003, he was awarded the Centenary Medal by the Australian Government for Service to Photography and in 2007 the AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) awarded him an Honorary Fellowship.






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