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PSC Course Director Daniel Boetker-Smith Gets Chosen By Photo-eye USA

Posted by Social Media on 18/12/2015 6:02:08 PM
PSC’s Bachelor of Photography Course Director, Daniel Boetker Smith, has been chosen by Photo-eye USA to shortlist the best photobooks of 2015. Photo-eye is a prolific journal of international photography excellence and the world's largest online photography bookstore, based in Santa Fe. For the past 6 years, Photo-eye has put together a multi-contributor list comprising a range of photographers to recommend their favourite books of the year. The hope is to increase awareness of new artists and to allow people in the photography community to discover and explore the published works of artists from around the world.
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Topics: daniel boetker smith, Highlight, News, photo-eye, photoeye, Staff, USA

PSC Course Director Daniel Boetker-Smith Gets Chosen By Photo-eye USA

Posted by Social Media on 18/12/2015 6:02:08 PM
PSC’s Bachelor of Photography Course Director, Daniel Boetker Smith, has been chosen by Photo-eye USA to shortlist the best photobooks of 2015. Photo-eye is a prolific journal of international photography excellence and the world's largest online photography bookstore, based in Santa Fe. For the past 6 years, Photo-eye has put together a multi-contributor list comprising a range of photographers to recommend their favourite books of the year. The hope is to increase awareness of new artists and to allow people in the photography community to discover and explore the published works of artists from around the world.
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Topics: daniel boetker smith, Highlight, News, photo-eye, photoeye, Staff, USA

#PSCPenang at the Obscura Festival

Posted by Social Media on 07/08/2015 3:50:50 PM


The Obscura Photo Festival is not obscure at all. It is in fact, one of the most prominent events in the photography industry. Held in Malaysia for the fourth time, the festival attracts artists and photographers from continents far and wide. The venue is 'George Town', Penang - a buzzing city that was once a tiny village discovered by a British trader in 1786. Adorned with the architectural remnants of the colonial era, and coloured by an amalgamation of rich cultures from the peninsula, the city is slow and laid back, giving you the feeling that everything is suspended in time.  With the onset of the Photo Festival, one can expect the pace to shift, with the flurry of workshops, exhibitions, talks and networking sessions all in store for the many visitors expected to attend.

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Topics: asia, daniel boetker smith, Event, festival, Obscura, Penang, photography

#PSCPenang at the Obscura Festival

Posted by Social Media on 07/08/2015 3:50:50 PM


The Obscura Photo Festival is not obscure at all. It is in fact, one of the most prominent events in the photography industry. Held in Malaysia for the fourth time, the festival attracts artists and photographers from continents far and wide. The venue is 'George Town', Penang - a buzzing city that was once a tiny village discovered by a British trader in 1786. Adorned with the architectural remnants of the colonial era, and coloured by an amalgamation of rich cultures from the peninsula, the city is slow and laid back, giving you the feeling that everything is suspended in time.  With the onset of the Photo Festival, one can expect the pace to shift, with the flurry of workshops, exhibitions, talks and networking sessions all in store for the many visitors expected to attend.

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Topics: asia, daniel boetker smith, Event, festival, Obscura, Penang, photography

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