1:1 Mentorship / Pitching Editorial Projects


A bundle discount of 15% is available if you enrol in multiple classes. Email workshop@acp.org.au for more information.

ACP's 1:1 Mentorship / Pitching Editorial Projects is for budding photojournalists looking to understand how to get their photographs and projects published.

Delivered by the Picture Editor of The Guardian Australia and working photojournalist Carly Earl, this course introduces students to the pitching process at a broad variety of global masthead publications, provides a break-down of what works in a pitch, what doesn't and why.

Including analysis and discussion of the photojournalist's role in the current global climate and making specific reference to timely and published photo essays by working photojournalists, ACP'S 1:1 Mentorship / Pitching Editorial Projects includes extensive opportunities for portfolio review designed to provide students with actionable feedback on their projects specific to an editorial context.

ACP's 1:1 Mentorship / Pitching Editorial Projects is delivered online over six contact hours scheduled to suit student availability.


Prerequisites and Requirements

  • Camera Craft 2, or relevant experience
  • Photojournalism, or relevant experience
  • Students are required to bring a small portfolio (10-15 images) which showcases either one full set of images as part of a story, or a small range of images shot that are indicative of project ideas to be further developed into a series.  Please have these images available as .jpg's to be discussed during the first session.
  • 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 © Nicole Lovelock.