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Harold Mason: Paul Estcourt Chief Photographer – TPM 169

Paul Estcourt is Chief Photographer of The Herald, New Zealand’s largest newspaper. With over forty continuous years he is one of the longest serving newspaper […]

Campaign: Becky Nunes – NZTE – Velocity Design – Te Kahui Tupua – TPM 168

“I had just finished a film degree in England and arrived in New Zealand at the end of the 80s – on holiday really ¦ […]

Malcolm Somerville talked to Jack Culverwell and checked out his kit – TPM 168

Jack and I started this chat at the ˜Strawberry Alarmclock’ – his local cafe, just up Parnell Road in Auckland from the lab, PCL. Starting […]

Harold Mason: Emma Bass Photographer, rising star – TPM 168

I have been to umpteen photographic seminars, conferences, meetings and exhibitions and have had hundreds of face-to-face sessions with photographers, yet I’ve never met a […]

Fire In The Sky – DP 20

Most of us love to watch fireworks. But what’s the best technique to get the best pictures of them? Fraser Kitt slips a packet of […]

Campaign: Julian Apse – Son of a gun – TPM 167

Julian did the sensible thing – he got a Marketing Degree, then he headed to North America for adventure – first to be a rafting […]

Malcolm Somerville talked to Bob Maysmor and checked out his kit – TPM 167

I am a bit of a museum fanatic and over the last few years have been to most in New Zealand – from the small […]

Harold Mason photographing fishing boats – TPM 167

I’ve always loved boats and particularly fishing boats. As a kid I used to sit on the wharf at Westport looking down at the inshore […]

Campaign: Vaka Moemoea – Leon Rose – Radical Alice – Cook Islands Tourism Board – TPM 166

As we went to press Leon had just been elected national President of the AIPA. Currently Auckland region VP, he has been involved in a […]

World in Focus: D-Photo issue 24

Malcolm Somerville catches up with a Kiwi who’s taking on the world with a project to photograph the planet’s most vulnerable monuments, buildings and places […]