D-Photo 90, June — July 2019

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 Festival of Photography Annual Commission recipient, Yvonne Shaw. Michelle Hyslop documents the people trying to preserve Aotearoa’s giants and looks at the impact of kauri dieback on local communities, and Todd Henry reflects on his visual-anthropologist approach to documenting people in light of his big win earlier this year.

Our How To features include Rachael Smith, who explains how to imbue images with interest with the use of intentional camera movement; architecture photographer Dennis Radermacher embarks on his first photojournalism project and tells us what he learnt; plus Tom Ang, who spent two weeks in an open-sided shipping container taking portraits of passers-by — he passes on valuable lessons for taking quick portraits.

In Gearducated, Richard Wong asks whether Sigma’s new 40mm f/1.4 Art lens could replace both your 35mm and your 50mm, and we get the low-down on the Auckland Festival of Photography and list our picks for some unmissable photography events in June.

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