Tag Archives: #photojournalism

IC17 Round 1- European Crusaders v PNG Match Report

Round 1- Papua New Guinea vs European Crusaders // Ransford Oval, Royal Park // August 6, 12:15pm The European Crusaders’ International Cup did not start the way they would have liked, with a 55- point loss at the hands of Papua New Guinea (PNG). It was the first time the Crusaders had played together as…

Flinders Street commuters run the risk

This Melburnian sprints to catch his train just before it leaves Flinders Street Station. He is one of the many commuters putting themselves at risk of a fall on Melbourne’s train platforms. (Photo by: Tara Cosoleto)   (First published on the City Journal on June 24th 2017)    

Photojournalism Documentary Essay

Trials and tribulations of owning your own business This documentary essay is centred on a draftsman in my local area. Dom established his own drafting firm, Dommara Designs, in 1988. His dedication and experience in his field are key elements to the documentary. These photos detail what he does on a day-to-day basis- creating plans, speaking with clients, helping employees and measuring houses. But the project ultimately exhibits…

Photojournalism Feature Assignment

Concerns over multistorey building proposal reach new heights FEARS for students’ safety have sparked a primary school to join hundreds of residents and oppose a multistorey development in a residential street. Coburg North Primary School is among 200 objectors to a three-storey development on O’Hea St, which includes a revamp of the popular O’Hea’s Bakery…