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Light in darkness: Neil Silverwood

Adrian Hatwell chats with Neil Silverwood, one of the country’s very few dedicated cave photographers The lightless void of a subterranean tunnel system may not …full story

He shot rock and roll

Prolific British photographer David Corio talks to Adrian Hatwell about shooting some of pop music’s biggest stars The Specials at the Hope & Anchor, London, …full story

Ranken Rising

Adrian Hatwell chats with one of the country’s most admired photographers, Jackie Ranken Readers of D-Photo are already well acquainted with the sage photographic advice …full story

Unique, contemporary style key to travel success

Submissions for this year’s Travel Media Awards close on March 28, and to get you in the mood we bring you  Kelly Lynch’s look at …full story

Pressures of the press

With the results of two important photojournalism awards soon to be announced — the Canon Media Awards, celebrating excellence in local press photography, and World Press …full story

Memories of Madiba: Nelson Mandela

Peter Bush recalls the privileged few times he photographed one of the world’s great leaders over his storied career. When the huge shadow of the …full story

D-Tech: Multiple Exposures

Since the dawn of photography we have had the ability to make in-camera multiple exposures. The creative possibilities include adding texture, adding motion blur, layering …full story

D-Tech: Bounced Flash

External flashes are far more useful than a pop-up in-camera flash. This article explains how these flashes work and how to control and modify the …full story

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