Pounding pavement: Hans Weston

Returning to photography after a hiatus, news cameraman Hans Weston has compiled an exhibition, Unscene, to showcase a slice of the street photography he has …full story

Familial focus: Chloe Riddell

University of Auckland student Chloe Riddell was recently named a finalist in the Sony World Photography Awards Student Focus competition, an international search for the …full story

A rare case of hindsight: Harvey Benge

Sixty images plucked from throughout the prolific career of photographer Harvey Benge were recently put to public display in the Ways of Seeing exhibition, at …full story

The roads home: Harry Culy

Returning home after years abroad, photographer Harry Culy decided to reacquaint himself with Aotearoa by taking a series of road trips throughout the country, his …full story

Trevor Penfold reviews Expert Shield’s screen protectors

Keeping your camera display as clear and scratch-free as possible is essential for making sure your camera is in top condition. Acclaimed wildlife photographer Trevor …full story

The state of us: Simon Devitt

Highly regarded architectural photographer Simon Devitt next month launches a new collaborative book looking at state housing in New Zealand, from both a historical and …full story

Ocean beat: Chris Sisarich

Celebrated commercial photographer Chris Sisarich talks to D-Photo’s Point-Shot blog about his latest project paying tribute to the 10-year partnership between logistics company DHL and …full story

Twenty-four-hour meditations: Joseph Michael

D-Photo‘s Point-Shoot blog catches up with Joseph Michael, the talented photographer, new media artist and film technician responsible for the Dark Cloud / White Light …full story

Composition basics part one

Pip Payne, one of the photography instructors at the Bring Your Own Laptop training organisation, continues his series on the foundations of good composition for beginners. In …full story

Let the water hold me down: Thomas Seear-Budd

D-Photo‘s Point-Shoot blog looks at interesting photographers doing interesting things – Wellington photographer Thomas Seear-Budd who is currently exploring the notions of spirituality and healing within a …full story

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