In the August—September issue, we reveal the 30 winning images in the 2016 Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year competition within our 20-page gallery.
Joshua Donnelly recounts his return to Japan — this time with a camera in hand.
Adrian Hatwell talks to Danelle Bohane about her travel-centric business that seems her globetrotting the world photographing weddings.
Getty Images photographer Phil Walter provides professional tips on sports photography, and discusses his upcoming trip to Rio for the 2016 Summer Olympics.
We introduce a selection of new do-it-yourself and inspirational columns, including the first instalment of Trends, where we discuss HDR imaging, Pro at Home, where we teach you how to light your subjects using a cell phone, and Education, where we talk to Michelle Deacon about her recent assignment at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design.All this, and more, can be found in the August–September issue of D-Photo magazine.
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...
This issue’s cover photographer is Nando Azevedo who photographs former refugees to help them overcome challenges and rebuild their pride. We learn from NZIPP Photographer...