For those interested in furthering their skills in the realm of film, the SAE Institute has been given the green light to run its Bachelor of Film Arts, with the course commencing with its first intake on January 25, 2016
Third-year photo-media students at Whitecliffe will present their own photo books at the inaugural end-of-year book event, which will run over two days and launch on November 13, from 5.30 to 7.30pm, at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design.
Whangarei's The Shutter Room is at it again and has transformed their gallery to showcase the works of photographers Kristin Hatland, Chris Schreuder, and Lisa Clunie int their exhibition called Metapherein, which is running until December 5, 2015
In D-Photo Issue No. 45 we published a beautiful photo essay by James Ensing-Trussell from Topic Photo Agency, documenting his trip to Vanuatu on a medical outreach assignment with the Fred Hollows Foundation New Zealand. Mindy Yeh also travelled with the foundation, shooting the outreach assignment on video. The following are the pair’s hard-learned tips to for photojournalists working on location over multiple days.
Utilizing her skills as a professional retoucher, Stephanie O’Connor has produced a series of portraits that defy the glossy magazine conventions of beauty, enhanced by the very post-production tools decried by critics of the beauty industry. She talks to D-Photo about walking that fine iconoclastic line.
Mara Sommer, the photographer who shoots for D&M Hair, talks to us about the latest Beatnik campaign for the salon — an image series that helped D&M Hair became a finalist in the Australasian Salon Team of the Year category.
Ten years ago Auckland-based professional photographer Leon Rose entered into a unique agreement in his quest to get fit; he would offer his photography services to a kickboxing gym's fighters in exchange for one-on-one training sessions. This led to a decade of documenting the passionate Muay Thai fighting community in New Zealand. Now Leon is ready to pull the project together into a beautifully-crafted photo book and has taken to the PledgeMe crowd-funding platform to make it happen.