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PSC Playground

13 – 14 October, 2021

October 8, 2021April 20th, 2023Uncategorized

Join Photo Collective alongside PSC and Industries Partners, Nikon, Kayell, Epson, Refocus Retreat, The Brownbill Effect and AIPP for a series of events at PSC Playground. Proudly presented as part of the ‘PSC Inspires’ series.

Spanning over two days, PSC Playground aims to connect PSC students to the photographic industry by bringing together renowned photography practitioners from Melbourne and beyond.

Please click through the Eventbrite links to register to each event and find out more!


During this series of Events, held on Wednesday 13 October and Thursday 14 October, you will explore:


3:00pm – 4.30pm: Creating visual depth with studio lighting, with Robyn Campbell and Australian actor Bernard Curry

Learn how to add drama, creativity and depth to your studio portraits featuring well known Australian Actor Bernard Curry

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5:00pm – 6.30pm: The Creation of a Collaborative Artwork

Robyn Campbell, Karen Alsop, Belinda Richards and Jo Howell go behind the image on their collaborative artwork

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7:00pm – 8.30pm: New dialogues in Photography, a Panel Discussion

New Dialogues in photography, a panel discussion, with Harriet Tarbuck and Tom Goldner from The Photo Collective and Sally Brownbill from The Brownbill Effect

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10:00am – 12pm: Alice Unleashed – Multifaceted portraits with Michael Malborough

Portrait session, basic retouching demo and Fine Art Prints with Michael Malborough

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2:00pm – 4:00pm: Pet photography with Belinda and Jo, presented by Refocus Retreat

Pet Photography Shoot off with award-winning photographers Jo Howell and Belinda Richards. Brought to you by Refocus Retreat

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10:00am – 4:00pm: Project consultations, with Photo Collective & The Brownbill Effect (PSC Student exclusive)

Project consultations. (30 minute consultations) Zoom or in person

Photo Collective

Photo collective represents photographers, advocates, educators and curators working towards the collective goal of celebrating and contributing to the changing ecology of Australian photography. We achieve this through award recognition, publications, exhibitions, community engagement initiatives and educational programs.

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