Group 1 Folio Thursday & Colour Printing

2011-07-27 — posted by at 22:50

Group One, this Thursday we will be meeting at the state library at 1:45, on the corner of Lonsdale St. and Swanston St. Then we are heading off to ACMI at Federation Square.

Second years, we are waiting on parts for the Colenta printing machine. This machine is unavailable until further notice.


Folio Excusrion

2011-05-24 — posted by at 09:52

Folio Excursion to the George Eastman House Exhibition “American Dreams

George Eastman was the founder of Kodak

Bendigo 26th and 27th May

The exhibition includes the work of 35 of America’s most celebrated photographers: Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Margaret Bourke-White, Harry Callahan, Robert Capa, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Imogen Cunningham, Edward S Curtin, William Eggleston, Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander, Nan Goldin, Lewis Hine, Gertrude Kasebier, Dorothea Lange, Robert Mapplethorpe, Mary Ellen Mark, Tina Modotti, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Joan Myers, Barbara Norfleet, John Pfahl, Man Ray, Cindy Sherman, Stephen Shore, Aaron Siskind, W Eugene Smith, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, Weegee, Edward Weston and Gary Winogrand.

Exclusive to Bendigo Art Gallery, this is the first exhibition to be presented in Australia entirely drawn from the collection of George Eastman House.

So this will be your only chance to see this exhibition and these original Prints.

Also we have arranged a representative to talk to you about the Exhibition.

Travel advice

Thursday 26th May Group ONE & FOUR.

Friday 27th May Group TWO & THREE

Travel Advice is the same for both days.

Leave Southern Cross Station at 9.15 am Arrive Bendigo Station at 11.13am.
It takes approx. 12minutes walk to the Bendigo Gallery from the station. Bring umbrella if weather forecast predicts rain?

Return Train Leaves Bendigo Station at 14: 26 (2.26pm) arrives Southern Cross station at 16:26 (4.26pm )

Some staff will be at Southern Cross Station and will also be traveling by train. Each student will need to purchase their own tickets So make an allowance (enough time ) so you don’t miss the train. I am sure you can buy V/Line tickets at major rail stations eg. such as Caulfield.

If you go on line V/Line has a list of metropolitan stations (maybe close to you) You can purchase you Bendigo tickets. Otherwise they can be purchased at Southern Cross Station.


Student Concession cards may be issued to full-time students pursuing a normal course of study at a primary or secondary school up to Year 12 in Victoria.

Students attending a TAFE college and studying a full-time VCE or Year 11 or 12 are eligible to obtain a Secondary Student Concession Card.

Tertiary students are also entitled to concession fares, if they are eligible for a Victorian Public Transport Concession Card.

Note: a school-issued identification card does not entitle a student to purchase concession fares.


Networks Class Wednesday 30th March

2011-03-28 — posted by at 05:29

First Year’s Networks Class Wednesday 30th March.

During the recent 2011 L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival. Daniela Federici – International Fashion Photographer is having a retrospective exhibition at the Sophie Gannon Gallery. This exhibition finishes on April 9th.

So..We have arranged a visit to the Sophie Gannon Gallery
2 Albert Street Richmond.
T 9421 0857

Group One and Two 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm.

Group Three and Four 2.30 pm to 3.30 pm.


Camp Crusty 2011 Photos

2011-03-24 — posted by at 01:05

A handful of photos have been uploaded to filckr, folks, have look, tag yourself if you want.

Add your own to flickr and use the tag/s camp crusty 2011.


2011 Camp

2011-03-16 — posted by at 22:24

Camp Krusty 2011

If there is enough demand, I will print, out maps beforehand.

The Photos from the 2009 Camp

Here’s some photos from the 2008 camp.

The Camp site is in a place called Tanybryn, about two and a half hours west of Melbourne. Here is a link to a map, that you can download and print out that gives written instructions on how to get there, as well as this map courtesy of google.

View Larger Map

When to get there

We have booked the camp from, 1:00pm Monday-10:00am Wednesday.

About the camp

The Tanybryn campsite currently contains 2 buildings, a “rec” room, with pool table, table tennis table, a fireplace, 2 stoves, gas electric and a refrigerator, some couches and chairs, the couches convert to beds, and last but not least a fireplace. Obviously there is electricity, however, there is NO mobile phone reception.

The second building is the “dorm”. This is really 4 rooms with 3 bunk beds in each. Which means the camp sleeps 24 in total, of course people sometimes sleep on floors and as I said some room is available on the floor and couches in the “rec” room. Each room in the dorm block has an on-suite bathroom and toilet.

About Tanybryn & The Otways

Tanybryn is situated in the Otways a sub tropical area of Victoria, this area has HIGH levels of RAINFALL compared to the rest of the state ALL year round. It WILL rain when we are there, at least once per day, probably more. The frequency and quantity of the rain will be the unknown. So bring wet weather gear, as well as solid shoes.

A feature of the area is the waterfalls. Therefore there will be ample opportunity to photograph in these locations. If you have a particular waterfall or feature of the area you wish to photograph, let us know we can all head out together and check it out.

What to bring

Bring the following items

  • Raincoat/Wet weather gear
  • Hat, Sun & Warm.
  • Sunblock cream
  • Sleeping Bag & Blankets
  • Pillow
  • Towel & toiletries
  • Warm clothes
  • Camera gear
    • Camera
    • Tripod
    • Film/Cards
  • A bag of firewood, 1 per car.
  • A Torch
  • NO BOTTLES or GLASS, Aluminium only, what YOU bring in YOU take out.

What we will do while there

We have several activities planned, one a workshop called painting with light. The other, a “hike” and undertake a landscape workshop shoot. Monday night we will be having a trivia night, competition.

Driving Down?

One last note, please be careful driving down, break for a few minutes every hour or so while driving, use the opportunity to make some images while stopping. There is no need to hurry, someone will be there from 1:00pm on Monday.

What’s Going on at PIC?

For those of you staying behind this week, the facility is open for you to use to work on your own projects. Several of the staff are staying behind, to help.