Are you ready to unleash an abundance of inspiration and motivation for your photography practice? D-Photo Issue No. 71 features a huge amount of information of a vast array of styles — everything from pinhole photography, wildlife photography, fashion photography, to travel photography is covered!
With World Pinhole Photography Day coming up on April 24, we talk to UK pinhole photographer Justin Quinnell and Kiwi photographer Jenny Tomlin about their love for pinhole photography and how you can give it a go.
We get an inside look at City Gallery Wellington’s exhibition Bullet Time, with curator Robert Leonard discussing the connections between the historical photographers Eadward Muybridge and Harold Edgerton, and modern-day photographers Steve Carr and Daniel Crooks.
Paul Daly ventured to the Arctic Circle, bringing back with him a giant portfolio of beautiful images featuring the Northern Lights, dog sledding, century-old churches, and so much more. He even lets readers in on some tips and tricks on how to make the most of an icy trip to the Arctic Circle should you make the journey yourself.
Along with featuring fantastic Kiwi and overseas photographers, we also bring you answers to your questions about capturing stunning images of kids, how to create intriguing close-up photographs, plus much more helpful advice to get the most out of your creations.
In D-Photo issue 90, we delve underwater with award-winning photographer Craig Parry, as well as into the realm of the subconscious with this year’s Auckland...
Issue 89’s stunning cover is by Whakatane-based photographer James Stanbridge, who explores spirituality in nature in his latest exhibition, Nature is my Church. We also...
We talk to Wildlife Photographer of the Year for 2018 Marcel van Oosten about how he captured his award-winning shot and how he turned his...
John Miller has often been there when Kiwis have taken to the streets to effect change; in this issue, he takes us back to the...