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Malcolm Somerville talked to Bob Tulloch and checked out his kit – TPM 173

In fact I think I have been talking to Bob about his kit for about 28 years! Bob has been involved as a photographer for […]

Living with my Sekonic L-758D – TPM 172

Auckland photographer Patrick Bellett talks about life with his Sekonic L-758D light meter I got this very recently and I’m in love with it. For […]

Campaign: Chris Coad – Tararua – experiencing the elements – TPM 172

Chris has been in business as a photographer in Wellington for 17 years. “I was previously with NPS but once on my own I shared […]

Malcolm Somerville talked to Martin Stewart and checked out his kit – TPM 172

At the end of term two in 1970 Martin started work full time at Ron Redfern’s studio in Lambton Quay. I started with Kodak around […]

Harold Mason: Dean Mackenzie, 2007 Epson/NZIPP Photographer of the Year – TPM 172

Dean Mackenzie’s rapid rise to the top award in New Zealand professional photography has raised a few eyebrows. Considering he has had no formal training […]

Malcolm Somerville talked to Nicola Topping and checked out her kit – TPM 171

“I would encourage anyone wanting to get into business as a professional photographer to join the NZIPP and get to everything you can.” At this […]

Campaign: Clive Ralph – Napier Operatic Society – Class Act – TPM 171

In April 2005 I talked with Clive Ralph in Napier and looked at his kit and discovered what he was doing. He has moved back […]

Photographing arts on public display – TPM 170

The Copyright Act 1994 governs New Zealand’s copyright regime. It essentially gives authors/creators of certain original works the right to stop others profiting from his […]

Campaign: Chris Parker – Design Mobel – moving forward – TPM 170

In June 2005 we talked with Chris. We concluded that Chris is staunch in his NZIPP involvement, his Canon loyalty, his passion for photography and […]

Malcolm Somerville talked to Shelley Amerio-Higgins and checked out her kit – TPM 170

I first met Shelley when she joined the staff of UCOL in Palmerston North. I knew she was from Queensland and so asked her which […]