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Starstruck: the natural attraction of astrophotography

New commercial opportunities aren’t the only differences Brett Stanley has discovered since relocating to LA, the northern hemisphere also boasts its share of fresh natural […]

PJ Paterson to attend Pingyao International Photo Festival

PJ Paterson, Year of the Bull, from 2015 Annual Commission Displaying his new work earlier this year at the Auckland Festival of Photography as the […]

On tour in Cambodia, Indonesia, and Laos with a tilt-shift

Leading professional photographer Jackie Ranken looks at bringing a new perspective to your travel photography with a tilt-shift lens On our recent trip to Asia, I packed […]

Little Miss Rose: an extended gallery from Rose McMahon

Rose McMahon is just 14 years old but she’s already  building up quite a portfolio. We interviewed her in D-Photo Issue No. 67, which you […]

Someone else’s world: shooting in developing nations

  Guy Needham, Huli wigman preparing for a sing-sing, Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea James Dillon-Graham talks to three seasoned travellers with different photographic experience […]

Rewinding devastation: Japanese photography exhibition heads to Auckland

Driving off Sparrows, Kitsunezaka, Taiyu Village, Teisuke Chiba, C.1943 When the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami hit, the devastating images that were presented to us […]

Capturing a movement: Ian Jorgensen’s ‘A Movement’

  David Morrison, Noel Meek, Benjamin Knight, The All Seeing Hand, The Noisy Room, Camp A Low Hum, 10 February 2012 Adrian Hatwell talks with […]

Stick and move: Stefan Haworth’s adventures with just a backpack of gear

  Stefan Haworth Queenstown photographer Stefan Haworth talks Lara Wyatt through his latest global adventure, and espouses the flexible benefits of packing light The prospect […]

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