At a Glance

Don't miss out on our Creative Photography Certificate, OR Pro Photography Certificate, starting January. This learning option gives you the flexibility to study either at our purpose-built photography campus in South Melbourne OR from the comfort of your home, or whilst travelling via real-time Zoom.

Creative Photography Certificate

1 SEMESTER PROGRAM

Learn to take your digital camera from automatic to manual mode. Unlock your creativity as you build your camera technique.

• Explore your creative camera practice
• Develop a digital imaging workflow
• Process a digital image
• Discover photographic composition
• Explore light on location

Pro Photography Certificate

2 SEMESTER PROGRAM - Includes the Creative Photography Certificate

Extend your camera practice and techniques, and gain confidence in photographing with purpose and intent.

• Explore photographic genres
• Implement advanced camera practice
• Experiment with aesthetics
• Employ colour management
• Design mixed lighting on location

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Intake Dates

Evening Option

Starting Monday, 23 January
Monday & Wednesday
6pm - 9pm

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Day Option

Starting Friday, 3 February
Fridays
10am - 5pm

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TUITION FEES

Creative Photography Certificate
UPFRONT OPTION

$3990 ($750 deposit on enrolment and a balance of $2800 payable within 7 days, plus $440 x 1 Weekend Workshop),

or

MONTHLY INSTALMENT OPTION

$4,190 ($750 deposit on enrolment and 4 monthly instalments of $750, plus $440 x 1 Weekend Workshop).

Pro Photography Certificate
UPFRONT OPTION

$7030 ($750 deposit on enrolment and a balance of $5400 payable within 7 days, plus $440 each x 2 Weekend Workshops),

or

MONTHLY INSTALMENT OPTION

$7330 ($750 deposit on enrolment and 2 monthly instalments of $750, 6 monthly instalments of $700, plus $440 each x 2 Weekend Workshops).

Tutor

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Scott McNaughton
Having graduated from PSC in 1999, Scott decided to put his new skills to the test by working on photographic projects in New York. Later, upon his return to Melbourne, Scott joined Fairfax Media as a photojournalist, where he still works today. He has worked through the reinvention of photography with ever-evolving technology and, after over 11 years with Fairfax, he continues to thrive on the pace and stimulation of the industry.

Drawing from his years of industry experience, Scott provides guidance and feedback helping students to explore their photography further, creating a dynamic portfolio of images.

Click here to see Scott's professional work.

Course Guide