PSC Weekly Wrap


STUDENT: Marion Abada, 3rd Year PT
ASSIGNMENT: 3rd Year, 1st Semester Folio – Solace
COMMENT: The idea behind this folio was to explore the concept of ‘solace’ in the context of the spaces created within Melbourne’s oldest and most significant churches and cathedrals.   I wanted to focus on the architecture itself and how the design of these buildings has created spaces that continue to inspire awe, reflect power and provide comfort and respite to those that need it.    The biggest challenge I had in creating these images was the huge tonal range of church interiors.  Lots of bright window lights and dark corners meant I needed to bracket images and HDR process (Photomatrix) before adding back selective contrast, highlights and darkening off areas to get the final images feeling the way I wanted.   I learnt a lot while creating this series.  With the constant presence of church tour guides walking the aisles, I also learnt heaps about the spaces themselves too.  Did you know that the architect for St Patricks Cathedral could not be convinced to leave England to design or oversee the building of our city’s most famous cathedral?

 

The X Factor – An exhibition by Michael Coyne

Photonet Gallery
15a Railway Place, Fairfield, Victoria
Exhibition Dates: 10th June to 30th June
10am to 4 pm Tuesdays to Saturday

This insightful exhibition was opened by PSC Academic Director Les Horvat,

“It is only necessary to briefly look at the images on the walls around us to be struck by their intimacy and their lack of artifice. That Michael is able to get so close – both physically and emotionally to his subjects, speaks not only of his skill as a photographer….. but also shines a light onto him as a person.

For these images show their subjects in widely diverse moments of time and activity – some intimate, some defiant, some casual, some confronting and some devoid of the intrusions of the camera…… or indeed of the presence of the photographer…”

PSC Open Day 2012 Sunday 26 August 10-4

Come along to learn more about the Bachelor of Photography & Advanced Diploma of Photography courses at the PSC Open Day on Sunday 26 August 10-4

  • Attend information sessions on how to apply, including the interview and folio requirements
  • View our exciting new student photography exhibition
  • Check out the studios in action
  • Listen to one of the many presentations during the day from current students & graduates
  • Chat with students and staff
  • Take a tour of the facilities

PSC Tutor Anat Cossen Exhibition

Edmund Pearce Gallery
Level 2, Nicholas Building
37 Swanston Street (corner Flinders Lane)
Melbourne Victoria 3000
Exhibition Opening: Thursday 7th june 2012, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: 06 June–23 June 2012

We are thrilled to announce the ‘Transition’ exhibition, by PSC Tutor Anat Cossen.
“These are not self-portraits instead they are a portrait of a situation, one in transition and in search of clarity.“ – Anat Cossen.

Anat Cossen Transition at Edmund Pearce Gallery