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HOW ENROLLING IN A PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE HAS ENRICHED ONE POLICEMAN'S LIFE

Posted by Mandarine Montgomery on 01/03/2019 5:45:10 PM

We spoke recently to Acting Sergeant Craig Farrell who is studying part time at PSC and wanted to share his experience of what it was like to undertake study as an older student, in a skill completely different to his day job.

Hi Craig, how did you become interested in doing a course at PSC and are you glad you joined?

Yes. 100%. I couldn’t be happier. I have really enjoyed the experience. No regrets whatsoever! I was at a careers expo and got talking to a PSC staff member. She told me about the college and that got me curious as I've always been interested in photography, but for many reasons never pursued it. I decided it was time to stop making excuses, and take my interest further. I was a complete photography novice, but I thought “why not?”, so I threw myself in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What did you get out of it? 

A lot. From a camera skills perspective, a huge amount of

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Bill Bachman Gets Published in Australian Geographic's 130th Edition

Posted by Social Media on 05/02/2016 4:15:32 PM

Bill Bachman, co-ordinator of the Photojournalism Major at PSC, recently had his work featured in the 130th edition of Australian Geographic magazine. From its founding in 1986 by Dick Smith, the journal quickly became Australia’s foremost geographical magazine. Known for it high quality writing, photography, illustration and cartography, the publication’s brief has always been to celebrate Australia’s best in the areas of landscape, natural history, science, industry and people. It has also faithfully maintained a strong focus on adventure and exploration.

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Topics: australia, Highlight, Landscape Photography, photojournalism, Australian Geographic, Bill Bachman, Staff

Bill Bachman Gets Published in Australian Geographic's 130th Edition

Posted by Social Media on 05/02/2016 4:15:32 PM

Bill Bachman, co-ordinator of the Photojournalism Major at PSC, recently had his work featured in the 130th edition of Australian Geographic magazine. From its founding in 1986 by Dick Smith, the journal quickly became Australia’s foremost geographical magazine. Known for it high quality writing, photography, illustration and cartography, the publication’s brief has always been to celebrate Australia’s best in the areas of landscape, natural history, science, industry and people. It has also faithfully maintained a strong focus on adventure and exploration.

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Topics: australia, Highlight, Landscape Photography, photojournalism, Australian Geographic, Bill Bachman, Staff

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