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Lygon Street Documentary Photography Workshop

At a
Glance

Lygon Street Documentary Photography Workshop

Course Dates

Workshop Dates July 15, 17 and 18

Duration

Over 2.5 days

Delivery

At PSC and on location
Thursday evening 6-9pm at PSC
Saturday 8.30am-5pm on location
Sunday 9am-12pm at PSC

Lygon Street Documentary Photography Workshop
Course
Summary

Lygon Street Documentary Photography Workshop

Documentary photography is a style of photography that provides a straightforward and accurate representation of people, places, objects and occasions, and is often used to chronicle significant and historical events. Good documentary photography is the achievement of a photographer with a critical eye and a story to tell.

Develop the techniques of documentary photography and enjoy the opportunity to photograph Lygon Street during this 2 ½ day workshop.

You will learn:

 

  • Shooting techniques
  • How to get the most out of your camera
  • How to create more exciting and creative images
  • All about narrative and how to tell stories with your images.
  • Other elements of documentary photography.



 

 

 

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Alumni
Showcase

Course
Lecturers

Michael Coyne has worked as a photographer throughout an extensive career covering significant events in places as diverse as China, The Philippines, Papua New Guinea, South America, the Middle East and Africa. His work has been featured in magazines such as: Life, Time, Newsweek, and National Geographic. He spent eight years in the Middle East documenting the rise of Islamic fundamentalism, the Iranian revolution and the Iran/Iraq war. Michael has had eleven books published and received a number of awards for his work. His extensive work has been featured in many solo and joint exhibitions around the world.

Admission
Process

Application Procedure

Contact the College and ask for our Course Advisor, Andrew. Alternatively, please email study@psc.edu.au
If you're ready to sign up, you do so now via the PSC shop.

Tuition Fees
& Enrolment

Fees & enrolment

$650.00 payable through the PSC Shop.

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class of
2021