The Epson International Pano Awards 2012

Deadline: 28th April 2012
Entry: US$18 Amateur, US$20 Open, discounts for multiple entries
Prize: Over US$25,000 in cash and prizes
Eligibility: All photographers, panoramic images only

The EPSON International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography. Advances in digital photography and software such as Adobe Photoshop and PTGui has resulted in an explosion in the popularity of image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. Panoramic film photography also remains alive and well.

Professional and amateur photographers around the world are invited to enter the 2012 EPSON International Photographic Pano Awards to compete for over $25,000 in cash and prizes.

The EPSON Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest and most important competition for panoramic photography.



Wildlife Angels – A Special Investigation by PSC Graduate Jason Edwards

PSC Photojournalism Graduate Jason Edwards was the reporter, producer and photographer for this informative piece on Wildlife Rescuers and carers.

Michael Coyne talks to Art Graduate Alf Caruana

Photographer and PSC Senior Fellow Michael Coyne talks to Art Specialisation Graduate Alf Caruana about his series “Travesty of Modern Faith”

Michael Coyne, who is based in Australia, has worked on assignments and appeared in magazines such as: Newsweek, Life, Time, National Geographic Magazine, New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Smithsonian, German Geo, French Geo, Paris Match, Madame La Figaro, London Observe Magazine, London Independent Magazine, Travel Holiday, and Vogue (excerpt from

To view Michael Coynes work click on

PSC Summer Exhibition

This annual exhibition features a selection of graduate work from the Commercial, Photojournalism and Art specialisations of the Advanced Diploma of Photography course, along with a range of undergraduate work.

The exhibition opened on Tuesday 13 December with many current students, their familes friends and mentors attending. PSC also welcomed our industry contacts who were very impressed with the high standard of work exhibited.

PSC Senior Fellow Michael Coyne shared his thoughts on the PSC Summer Exhibition- click on the link below

To see more from the opening check out the PSC YouTube Channel

Well done PSC Commercial students Liane and Kim!

PSC congratulates our recent ACMP Australian Student Photographer of the Year award winners Liane Hurvitz advertising category winner and Kim Munro commercial category winner.

Present were Les Horvat PSC Academic Director, Jenny Heron PSC Director Communications & Students, Liane Hurvitz, Barry Thompson PSC Mentor Program Coordinator, Rob Anderson ACMP and Julia Wajs PSC Commercial Major Coordinator.

PSC Graduate Jason Edwards Walkley Awards Finalist

PSC Graduate Jason Edwards has added yet another achievement to to his already extensive list. Jason. In 2011 Jason was awarded the Leader overall Photographer of the year as well as “Best In Show” at the 2011 Melbourne Walkley Slide Night. Recently Jason was a finalist in the 2011 Walkley Awards in the Photo Essay category.

Congratulations Jason!

See more of the series “Life in Circus Olympia” and check out the film that goes along with the images at or

Where are they now? Maya is living the dream!

Former part time student Maya Dewi recently visited PSC with her business partner, Aviva Minc, to talk to students about their success in the industry.  The students were able to hear about the challenges and achievements the pair has taken on and just how much they have accomplished in the short time since they opened up their business – Agent Morphe Design Specialising in all things photography and design, Maya and Aviva have put their courage to the test in pursuing a passion and turning it into a dream job.

They have some inspiring advice for future creative professionals – read more about them here


Fighting for a shot at the Foo


Sandra Davis, PSC photojournalism student, was one of the lucky few to get a media pass for the Foo Fighters concert last week.  Sandra describes the night:  “I got to shoot in the media pit with Rolling Stones Magazine, The Age, Herald Sun, Triple M and Noises11. All together there was 15 photographers in the pit jostling for shots! We only had 3 songs to shoot in – then we were escorted back out of the pit. Lucky me – the oldest (and newest graduate photographer) in the pit!”

Check out more of Sandra’s shots:
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PSC Graduate Lenny Seberry talks about his new documentry

Lenny graduated PSC  in 2007 and specialised in Photojournalim. He was born in Dublin but has been living in Australia for almost 10 years  and has been working as a freelance photographer for 7 years.

Here Lenny tells us how his passion for photography and story telling led to his new project  ‘One Shot, The Story of MC Wheels’.

Having been a motor mechanic back in Ireland and then traveling around the world and supporting myself working in the hospitality industry I felt I wasn’t achieving anything with my life and wanted to do something different.

I had an interest in photography for years but never had the guts to do anything about it. It wasn’t until my first image appeared in the developing tray I was hooked. I knew then what I wanted to do with my life.    

I enrolled in the full-time course at PSC in February 2005 and after 3years I graduated with an Advanced Diploma of Photography. During my time at PSC we took part in the PIC (Photography in the Community) Project and that really opened my eyes to people less fortunate than myself. It gave me the confidence to be able to approach people and not be afraid to find out their stories, as everyone has a story to tell. My times at PSC were probably the most rewarding 3 years of my life.

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PSC Weekly Wrap

STUDENT: Sarah Lynch, 3rd year Full Time
ASSIGNMENT: ‘Melbourne; Feature series’
STUDENT COMMENT: The photograph ‘untitled’ is part of a larger series of street
photography exploring Footscray through light, movement and shadow. It was shot for the assignment ‘Melbourne; Feature series’ for the photojournalism class in the second semester. It was the winner of the peoples choice award for The Big West photo comp and will feature in the upcoming group exhibition “heARTfelt’ which opens Wednesday 7th December at Gallery 314, 314 Church St Richmond from 6-8pm. Click here for more info.