D-Photo 50, October–November 2012

  • Giveaway: Celebrate our 50th issue and be in to win one of 50 prizes of photographic gear worth thousands of dollars
  • D-Profile: Internationally renowned photographer and film-maker Vincent Laforet talks photojournalism, Hollywood and beyond
  • D-Folio: Adventure photographer Andy Belcher takes a dream tour of the South Island on his motorcycle loaded with a beautiful model and camera gear
  • D-Calendar: Your essential guide to New Zealand’s photography events
  • D-Comp: The winners from our time-lapse assignment
  • In retrospect: D-Photo's creative team takes a trip down memory lane to share their favourite magazine moments
  • D-Travel: Wellington photgrapher Karim Sahai takes us inside the guarded streets of North Korea
  • D-Vision: Portrait photographer Jackie Gay talks us through the move from personal projects to commissioned work
  • Shooting to live: Ice photography specialist Petr Hlavacek shres his tips on turning a hobby into a thriving business
  • Where are they now? Catch up with some of the photographers featured in past issues of D-Photo and see where their careers have taken them
  • D-Tech: Multi Iris Award-winner Jackie Ranken’s guide to multiple exposures
  • D-Doc: AIPP Travel Photographer of the Year Mike Langford critiques D-Photo reader’s images
  • D-Image: Hans Weichselbaum looks at ways to simplify and improve colour management
  • D-Kids: This month’s best images of your kids
  • On Location: International photographer Chris McLennan takes a plunge in beautiful Tahiti
  • D-Light: Rory Laubscher looks at high-speed synch
  • D-Review: Pentax K-30 DSLR camera; Canon EF 40mm f/2.8 STM lens; Sigma 18–250 f/3.5–6.3 DC Macro OS HSM lens; Manfrotto Sympla modular video rig system; Nikon D3200 DSLR camera; Kalahari Kapako K-31 camera bag; Manfrotto Pro Field Jacket
  • D-Club: Manawatu Camera Club
  • D-Photo Pro: News, views and comment from the professional community
  • Pro-Image: Hans Weichselbaum examines colour space
  • Pro-Comment: Industry views from NZIPP, PSNZ and AIPA

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