Use your creative talents to begin a career in photography

Apply your creative flair and learn the technical skills required to produce outstanding photographic images.

Chisholm’s new photographic course located near the heart of Melbourne is the perfect introduction to build the creative and technical skills you need as a photographer. The course is endorsed by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) and is taught by experienced teachers who are industry experts and run their own photographic practice and businesses.

If you love fashion, portrait, event, wedding, food, street or travel photography and want to know how to produce dynamic photographs that capture the imagination, then this course will provide the foundation, skills and knowhow to prepare for industry whether working freelance or developing your own private business.

Chisholm’s focus on quality facilities and links to industry partners provide stimulating and strong technical and creative expertise in commercial photography. The program is supported with a range of workshops with well know photographers and photography industry visits including the Foto Biennale in Ballarat and participation in national competitions such as the Head On photography festival.

Chisholm’s photography course will inspire, guide, develop and provide an innovative approach aimed at giving you the ability and confidence to succeed.

Chisholm will continue to run the Certificate IV in Photography and Photo imaging course at the Dandenong campus.

Dandenong: Full time Monday 9am - 12pm, 1pm - 5pm, Tuesday and Wednesday 9am - 12pm, 1pm - 4pm.
Flinders Lane: Full time Wednesday and Thursday 9am - 12pm, 1pm - 6pm.
Dandenong and Flinders Lane: Part time Saturday 9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm, Tuesday 5pm-9pm

View some of our Photography and Photo Imaging student's work on flickr

Course code
On campus
Dandenong, Flinders Lane
Not available Online
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Full Time, 30 weeks. Part Time, 1 year.
2018 start dates
Weeks commencing 19 Feb, 28 May and 23 Jul.