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Archive for June 2018

29/6/2018

OPEN DAY AT PSC

– posted by Sally

Open Day - Sunday 5 August 2018, 10am - 4pm

Come along and explore the PSC creative campus.

Find out about their range of courses.
Tour the specialised facilities.
Take a look at the student exhibition.
Experience the action of studio shoot.
Talk to current students, graduates and teaching staff.
Find out how to apply and discuss the interview.
PSC is located in the heart of the Melbourne's Arts precinct, Southbank. 

The PSC program will be announced soon!

Register for the open day here.

 

29/6/2018

FOTO L!VE 2018 - Amazing speakers. Inspiring content. Get your Early Bird tickets now.

– posted by Sally

FOTO LIVE is a unique opportunity to get face-to-face with eight inspiring photographers and learn the secrets of their success.

Whether you want to improve your shooting and editing skills; turn your photo business into a lean, mean money-making machine; or get hands-on with the latest gear; FOTO LIVE has something for photographers of all levels.

Sunday, 05 AUGUST 2018

Monkey Baa,
Darling Harbour, Sydney

PLUS go in the draw to WIN more than $13,000 worth of gear, simply by buying a ticket!

21/6/2018

With millions of images bombarding us every day, wouldn’t it be nice to stand out from the crowd?

– posted by Sally

Leave the rest behind when you develop your skills and creativity at Australia's NUMBER ONE  photography college located in Southbank just 5 minutes walk from Flinders St station with parking opposite.

Immerse yourself in landscape, portrait, still life and creative expression.

Learn professional digital workflow and develop friendships and networks with other like-minded people.

Our mid-year part-time courses are filling fast.

Apply now!

Call (03) 9682 3191 or email info@psc.edu.au.

15/6/2018

Exhibition Submissions for Head On Photo Festival 2019 opening soon

– posted by Sally

Start getting your proposals ready.

HEAD ON will shortly be calling for photographers/curators/galleries to submit work for inclusion in Head On Photo Festival 2019, Australia’s leading photography festival and a highlight on the global arts calendar.

14/6/2018

Head On Photo Festival Turn 10 Next Year!

– posted by Sally

Head On Photo Festival turns 10 next year! Have your say and help them celebrate. What do you want to see in Head On Photo Festival 2019?

The 9th festival has been our best ever, judging from the huge number of visitors, the media coverage and the comments they received.

They would love to hear your feedback so they can get even better results next year. Please give them 5 minutes of your time and they will do our best to deliver.

Have your say here.

8/6/2018

FOTO L!VE 2018 - Amazing speakers. Inspiring content. Get your Early Bird tickets now.

– posted by Sally

FOTO L!VE is a unique opportunity to get face-to-face with eight inspiring photographers and learn the secrets of their success.
Whether you want to improve your shooting and editing skills; turn your photo business into a lean, mean money-making machine; or get hands-on with the latest gear; FOTO L!VE has something for photographers of all levels.

PLUS go in the draw to WIN more than $7500 worth of awesome gear, simply by buying a ticket! Check out all the amazing prizes they are giving away on the day.

Sunday, 5th August 2018
Monkey Baa, Darling Harbour, Sydney.

For more info Click Here

 

 

 

 

 

7/6/2018

What is Photojournalism?

– posted by Sally

Photojournalism is, as the name suggests, photographic reportage. It is the visual reporting of current events for publication in newspapers, magazines and on the Internet. It is about telling a story with one image or a series of photographs, usually accompanied by text. The photographer’s brief: the photograph(s) must capture and reflect a person, place or event as presented. Photojournalists must take responsibility for conveying the subject matter of their images factually.

Read More Here

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