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New in town

  The continuing saga of commercial photographer Brett Stanley’s move from Wellington to LA Starting up afresh in a new country was never going to be easy. I knew that from the outset, but I was prepared […]

Encounter with the world’s largest fish

Intrepid photographer Andy Belcher gets up close and personal with a whale shark Three years ago I made my first trip to Vava’u in northern […]

The indispensability of umbrellas

Luke White looks at one of the studio’s most essential bits of kit In  issue no. 53 of D-Photo I wrote enthusiastically about the poly […]

Festival Photography

Jackie Ranken looks at combining travel photography and cultural festivals to make a great photo essay  When travel photography coincides with a festival or cultural […]

Colour adjustments

Hans Weichselbaum walks us through correcting an image with problematic colours Getting colours right is one of the main challenges in digital imaging. Concerning hardware […]


One of New Zealand’s leading photographer’s, Mike Langford, offers simple tips to improve D-Photo readers’ photos. If you would like to submit your image for consideration send it […]

None of us is as good as all of us

Photographer Paul Gummer looks at the way networking and sharing can take the industry forward Although at UCOL we offer academic qualifications, in a skill-based industry such as the photographic arena they don’t necessarily prove someone can perform on […]

Assignment: Perspectives Photo + Cinema

Isaac de Reus of Auckland’s Perspectives Photo + Cinema team walks us through a recent wedding shoot at Northcote’s The Wharf, followed by an urban bridal party shoot in the city The Photographer’s Mail: Briefly, can you tell us a little bit about Perspectives Photo + Cinema? Isaac de Reus: We’re a company that […]

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