D-Photo 42 June–July 2011

  • Letters - Where our readers go to bare their souls,
  • D-Focus - All the latest events, innovations and gear releases,
  • D-Subscriptions - Get D-Photo delivered to your door and win a photographic and fine art paper pack from Canon,
  • Nikon D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year 2011 - Announcing the winners of D-Photo’s annual photography competition,
  • Win a Photo Safari - To celebrate D-Photo’s upcoming travel segment we are giving away a photo safari courtesy of the Queenstown Centre for Creative Photography,
  • D-Comp - Readers get a chance to see their top cycling shots published and could be the lucky winner of three photo blocks,
  • D-Profile - French photographer Guillaume Rivière talks to Brenda Ward about going from critically dismissed to internationally renowned,
  • D-Folio - Ted Gibbons speaks with emerging local artist Roberta Thornley about capturing loneliness,
  • Insider’s Guide to the Auckland Festival of Photography - Make sure you don’t miss a beat this year with our helpful lowdown,
  • On Location - Pauline Herbst travels to Queenstown to grill imaging ideas man Geoff Steven,
  • PSNZ National Conference - Check out the big winners at the National Exhibition displayed at this year’s PSNZ conference, A Shore Thing,
  • D-Tech - Jackie Ranken explains how best to shoot in chilly winter conditions,
  • D-Doc - EOS Master Mike Langford takes a look at readers’ images,
  • D-Image - Hans Weichselbaum instructs how to make the most of Photoshop’s actions,
  • D-Kids - The pick of this month’s kids photo crop,
  • Buyer’s Guide to Printers - We walk you through prudent printer purchasing and showcase the most worthy products,
  • How To - A guide to printing your work for competition success,
  • D-Review - Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX7, Canon EOS 1100D, Fujifilm FinePix X100, Polaroid Two, Pentax Optio S1, Canon Ixus 310 HS, Samsung PL210, Polaroid PoGo Instant Mobile Printer, Epson Stylus Photo R3000, Canon Pixma MG8150,
  • D-Photo Pro - Keeping industry professionals plugged in, 106 Pro-Image - Hans Weichselbaum explores automation and scripting with Photoshop,
  • Industry Association News - Dispatches from the NZIPP, PSNZ and AIPA,
  • D-Parting Shot - All the goodness that is yet to come

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