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Photographing From The Heart – Jenny Scown – 04

Over the past 20 years Jenny Scown has been working as a professional photographer in New Zealand and overseas. As a freelance photographer she works …full story

Harold Mason: Reality and Fantasy – Ron Willems – TPM 164

Ron Willems has been producing creatively manipulated photographs using experimental techniques with lith film, solarisation and more recently Photoshop for well over the last three …full story

Campaign: Forrest Smyth – Hi, ho: virtual silver! – TPM 163

Forrest Smyth is a Wellington based photographer with many awards in both the NZIPP and AIPA, a member of AIPA and, reflecting his increased activity …full story

Malcolm Somerville talked to Norman Heke – TPM 163

We arrived to cover the opening of a new fashion exhibition and the comments were ˜Here are the ˜paparazzi’. I said ˜No, we’re the ˜Te …full story

Harold Mason: Fiordland – a photographic project from the heart – TPM 163

Andris Apse is a New Zealand landscape photographer with an international reputation. His first major publication, New Zealand Landscapes, was published in 1994 and with …full story

Harold Mason: David Wethey digital guru – TPM 162

David Wethey, ex chief photographer of the Otago Daily Times and then The Press in Christchurch, describes the advent of digital imaging as the greatest …full story

Malcolm Somerville talked to Rob Sorensen – TPM 162

Two worlds, two disciplines. I first met Rob mid last year when he and Wanganui photographer James Price were at the beginning of a 65 …full story

Campaign: Ian Robertson – work is art – TPM 162

“Straight after leaving Wellington Polytech in ˜91 I did some assisting and took my portfolio around. I ended up with a couple of nice projects …full story

Campaign: Garry Senior – TPM 161

Garry Senior has been in his current studio in Peterborough St, Christchurch for 23 years ¦ a large, well equipped studio now totally digital. “I …full story

Malcolm Somerville talked to Aaron Smale – TPM 161

The day of Aaron’s exhibition opening we talked in a cafe in Feilding. With us was Adam Fricker, Managing Editor of New Zealand Geographic magazine. …full story