1:1 Mentorship / Producing Photographic ProjectsMartin Mischkulnig
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ACP's 1:1 Mentorship / Producing Photographic Projects comes at a time when peoples habits are changing in ways we are still trying to understand and opportunities no longer take the familiar shapes we are used to.
This 1:1 mentoring program encourages students to consider what makes photographers successful in these changing times, to apply those insights to their own photographic practice during this time of crisis and to ask - what could be my next opportunity?
Martin Mischkulnig has been a professional photographer for over 25 years and has been associated with the Australian Centre for Photography for about 15. He took his business from Sydney to Europe and back again, working first in portraiture, then in travel and branding for magazines and advertising. In Europe he has worked for prestigous clients such as 'Die Zeit' Germany, 'Annabelle and Bilanz' Switzerland and Saatchi & Saatchi, Zurich. He was also commissioned by Austria's Cultural Ministry for the most recent Venice Bienniale of Architecture. Since returning from Europe he has carved out a niche in high end architectural photography for Australia's leading architects.
Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.” —Pablo Picasso
ACP's 1:1 Mentorship / Producing Photographic Projects is delivered online over six contact hours scheduled to suit student availability.
Prerequisites and Requirements
- Camera Craft 2, or equivalent experience
- Note book and pen
- Examples of your own work and/or images from the project you are looking to develop.
- Zoom installed on your computer - you do not need a paid account
- Computer with stable internet connection, working webcam and microphone
- Please review our FAQ for terms and conditions of enrolment
Image courtesy and © Martin Mischkulnig.