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Sophie Gabrielle Finalist in the Lens Culture Art Photography Awards.

Posted by Social Media on 16/08/2018 5:20:00 PM

Congratulations to PSC Graduate Sophie Gabrielle – just announced as a finalist in the Lens Culture ‘Art Photography Awards’ (USA).

An international panel of judges selected 38 photographers from 18 countries from thousands of entries for these significant global awards.

SophieGabrielle_LensCultureAward-1Sophie’s series is titled  ‘Worry for the fruit the Birds won’t eat’

Sophie a PSC graduate from 2015 majored in Art Photography and has since been making her mark internationally. Sophie has exhibited across the globe and is currently preparing for an arts residency at Gulikstan in Iceland. To see more of her creative work and bio visit Sophie Gabrielle Photo.

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Birth of the Fake News Photo

Posted by Social Media on 31/07/2018 12:22:32 PM

What's the bigger mess, this image or World Press Photo asks Kenneth Jarecke, see his article in 'Medium'.

 

'Has photojournalism lost its moral compass, or does it even have one to lose?

Please understand, that I’m writing from my own perspective here and I don’t see myself as a self-appointed spokesperson for the industry. The words here are simply my opinion. Take them or leave them as you will.

It’s an important question to ask, and a complicated one to answer. Does this business have a moral compass, and if so, where has it gone?'

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World Press Photo Award

Posted by Jim Davidson on 16/04/2018 4:25:28 PM
This weekend saw the conclusion of the World Press Photo Awards 2018 held on 13-14 April at Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam.

The winning image of ‘the burning man’ (above) taken by Ronaldo Schemidt from Venezuela as part of a series of images documenting the Venezuela Crisis of 2017 was a popular choice. Ronaldo, who works for Agence France-Presse, is based in Mexico. During his presentation and panel discussion at WPP with his fellow Venezuela based AFP photographer Juan Barreto, he presented images of the lead up to the events documented in his winning image, and spoke of the risks to the photographer placed in an undeclared  ‘civil war’. The victim suffered 70% burns to his body and remains alive and hidden in his home country.

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Topics: documentary photography, Documentary, Photojournalist, David Callow, world press award, sports photography, photojounalism, image makers seminar series, In the Press

PSC's Steph Doran presents to Osaka Food and Tourism Seminar

Posted by Vicki Bell on 28/03/2018 1:30:00 PM

As part of the 40 years Sister City Relationship between Melbourne City Council and Osaka City Council an Australian delegation visited Osaka last week. One of the highlights organized by Osaka City Council was the Osaka Food and Tourism seminar which explored opportunities for Osaka based on Melbourne’s great success in this area.

Photography Studies College's Osaka-based Japan- Australia Educational Liaison Officer, Steph Doran was one of four guest presenters at the seminar. Her presentation, delivered in Japanese, featured photographs of Osaka and Melbourne, including her own and a number shot by PSC students. She highlighted the food and coffee culture of both cities, their similarities and differences. Her lively presentation was enthusiastically received by a predominantly Japanese audience drawing on her knowledge of the great food culture of both cities.

Other presenters included Professor Shinya Hashizume from Osaka Prefecture University, Councillor Philip Le Liu from Melbourne City Council and Mr David Lawson, Australia’s Consul General in Japan.

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Topics: photography graduates, photojournalism, Street Photography, Travel Photography, steph doran, Japan, International Photography Tours, Graduate Exhibition, Dr Michael Coyne, Photojournalist, Osaka City, Melbourne City Council, Discover Japan Tour, Osaka, In the Press

These Are the Pictures of the Year From 2017

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 14/03/2018 9:24:01 AM

NY Times selection of some of the most powerful news photographs taken around the world in 2017.

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Young photographers: you can’t document a passion if you don’t have passion!

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 9:13:15 AM

Great advice for young photographers: You can’t document a passion if you don’t have passion!

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A Photographic Odyssey in the Australian Outback

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 17/07/2017 4:51:55 PM

Adam Ferguson, an Australian photographer, has covered geopolitical issues the world over, from India and Greece to Afghanistan and, more recently, Niger. Earlier this year he returned to his home country and embarked on a three-month, 12,000-mile odyssey across Australia’s vast interior. His resulting report, “Through the Outback,” explores the land and its people — and the complicated, evolving relationship that binds them.

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Photojournalists on ethics and their responsibilities

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 17/07/2017 4:48:38 PM

In a series of interviews, leading photojournalists talk about their obligations to subjects and audiences, and how market forces are affecting ethical standards in the profession.

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Why We Do It: Photographers and Photo Editors on the Passion That Drives Their Work

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 17/07/2017 4:45:19 PM

Why We Do It: Photographers and Photo Editors talk about the Passion That Drives Their Work

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Forging relationships: The challenges of long term projects

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 28/06/2017 4:59:11 PM

The much awarded documentary photographer Ed Kashi talks about the challenges of working on long term projects and forging relationships with your subjects.

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