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A Day with the PSC Photojournalism Class

Creative lighting on location was theme-of-the-month for Advanced Diploma Photojournalism majors in August.   On Thursday August 20 Scott McNaughton served up some of the creative environmental portraits he produces day in and out for The Weekly Review and other Fairfax suburban publications. Age features specialist Simon Schluter followed with a slide show that included […]

Adventure, Hard Work and Determination

Five years after graduating from PSC, international photographer Mathew Lynn gives us an update about the action-packed life of working in the field of photography. Mathew Lynn is currently a freelancer who is picking up assignments with The Weekly Review, Star Weekly and Getty, in addition to being a contributor for The Yen Magazine, The […]

The Week That Was: PSC and the MSFW

PSC had a thrilling week presenting events in collaboration with the Melbourne Spring Fashion week, on 30th August and 2nd September. It was a special occasion where we got to sponsor high profile names in the arts industry, truly making us stand out as a stellar institute where our staff and students are exposed happenings in the industry. […]

5 Tips for Photographers: Launching Your Career

  Amy Paton has had a steady career after her years at PSC, where she completed her Advanced Diploma. Learning about imaging, post-production techniques, working with clients and collaborating with a mentor, during the program has helped her to get a well rounded view of the photography industry. She currently works at The Warrnambool Standard as […]

The Who’s Who of the PSC Symposium

Welcoming the second PSC Symposium at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, are highly famous figures in the arts circuit. Our speakers are united in their interests in subject matters pertaining to ‘culture’, which is what our main point of discussion will be for the event. The concept of ‘Borderless Futures – Reimaging the Citizen’ points to a […]

Our Own Emma Rose on Being Selected for the BIFB

Emma Rose, our talented graduate of PSC who has returned to extend her journey with us through the Pathways Program, speaks about her experience in getting selected for the Projections Program at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale this year: There have been 45 artists chosen, from 16 countries around the world. My series, Fish Tank, includes 20 […]

A Rare Experience Awaits You at the PSC Symposium 2015

PSC returns to Ballarat for the second time for the grand Symposium opening on Saturday, 29th of August. This year, the theme is ‘ Borderless Futures : Reimaging the Citizen’ which may be deemed as controversial, but a current issue nevertheless. Discussions surrounding the power and role of photography in examining cultural identities in the […]