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PSC Student Awards Showcase Now Showing at Our Southgate Gallery.

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PSC celebrates another outstanding year of student success at The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) Victorian Awards 2018.

Each year PSC final year students from the Bachelor Degree and the part-time Advanced Diploma take part in the professional photography, industry awards. The work is submitted as matted prints and are judged anonymously. There are 5 experienced judges that hold a Masters Of Photography status from the AIPP or higher. Each image is submitted into a specific category such as Portrait, Landscape, Illustrative, Commercial, Documentary, Family to name a few. Each category has a specific set of rules and regulations.

Being a print award, the printing is as important as the image itself, fortunately, PSC has Peter Hadzipavlis our resident print master at the Print Shop@PSC who printed the majority of the awards. Having his expertise is not only an education for the students but a valued and important collaboration between the artist and the printer, which will prove invaluable to all the students moving forward.

An example of some of the judging criteria is 'image impact', 'creativity & style', 'composition', 'technical excellence', 'lighting', 'photographic excellence', 'storytelling' and more  The 5 judges give a score out of 100 and each of the scores are then averaged to a final score. The awarded score range starts from 80, an 80-84 is a silver award, 85-89 a silver with distinction, 90-94 a gold award (these are far and few between) and a 96-100 is a grand Gold with Distinction, a rarity!

Part Time student Agata Mayes impressed the judges with her exceptionally creative and emotive prints her craft, vision and presentation was highly awarded with a Gold distinction, 2 Golds & 2 Silvers! Agata went on to with the category for The AIPP Victorian Emerging Photographer of the year 2018! An exceptional achievement.

Student, Peter Riordon also joined 'Gold' class with his abstract architectural piece, featured above.

The calibre as always is very high and we are very pleased our students have been recognised by the professional photography industry body. These accolades are always great to use on PSC student's CV's and websites as they enter into the photography profession.

The Showcase is an impressive collection of all the awarded students from Silver to Gold Distinction. PSC congratulate all their students who entered as it is a tough competition.

The national awards are just around the corner, The Appa's (Australian Professional Photographer of the Year 2018). This time the entrants will come from far and wide, both locally and internationally. The APPA judging is open to the public and is on Saturday 25th - Monday 27th August at The Melbourne Olympic Park Function Centre.

PSC take this opportunity to wish all their students who have qualified to enter, all the best for the Appa's.

The exhibition Showcase is on at the PSC Pop-Up Gallery Shop 5, Upper Level 3 Southgate Avenue, Southbank until 31 October 2018.

To learn more about all PSC courses both full-time Bachelor degree and part-time study options our OPEN DAY on Sunday 5 August, 10am-4pm is the perfect opportunity to meet the students, tutors and staff. PSC have an exciting program scheduled with live studio shoots, career talks and a chance to show your creative work for some valuable feedback from our expert Tutors.

Explore PSC creative campus and experience why PSC are the number one college to study photography. PSC can't wait to meet you! Your career starts here.

4th Image by Agata Mayes. 



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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.



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

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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.

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Call (03) 9682 3191 or email


What is Photojournalism?

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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.

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Discover Japan - PSC Photography Tour September 2018

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What an amazing opportunity for photographers who love Japan!

Discover Japan - PSC Photography Tour September 2018

12 Days and 11 Nights: Osaka-Nara- Shikoku Island-Hiroshima-Kyoto
3 Days and 2 nights: Optional Tokyo Extension

Discover Japan offers you the opportunity to engage with the Japanese people and discover the country's cultural diversity and physical beauty with your camera with a group of passionate photography students and enthusiasts.

Our bespoke tour focuses on Southern Honshu and Shikoku Islands, the centre of Imperial Japan that now forms a major hub for industry and tourism. We also offer an optional extension to visit Tokyo, one of the world's great cities.

The beauty and charm of Japan's least visited island, Shikoku are combined with the vibrant markets, architectural wonders, stunning landscapes and cultivated gardens that are a feature of Kansai region and its 3 world renowned cities - Osaka, Nara and Kyoto - and the 20th Century's enduring monument to peace and resilience, Hiroshima.

Accompanying us and providing expert photographic support will be renowned international photojournalist Michael Coyne and Japan-based Australian commercial photographer Steph Doran.

Our unique tour will allow you to explore your photographic ideas and interests, offering you unparalleled access to the people cities and culture of Japan. Suitable for students and emerging photographers, experienced photographers who are interested in a flexible format, aspiring photographers, the shared attribute of our tour participants is a passion for photography and for capturing great images.

Tour Departs Melbourne 8 September
Whether you love photography, or want to improve your photographs while travelling, join us now to be part of this exciting photographic adventure in Japan with like visually aware travellers.

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