Issue 87 on sale now

DPhoto-87-Cover.jpg

When Kiwis have taken to the streets to effect change,
John Miller has often been there to document it. He takes us back to
the ’70s to tell us the stories behind his images

 
 John Miller, Multi-issue protest march to parliament grounds for the opening of parliament by her majesty Queen Elizabeth II, March 1970

John Miller, Multi-issue protest march to parliament grounds for the opening of parliament by her majesty Queen Elizabeth II, March 1970

 

Renowned automotive photographer Stephan Romer changes tack
and shifts his gaze to Aotearoa's breathtaking landscapes

 Stephan Romer, Forbes Mountains, Otago

Stephan Romer, Forbes Mountains, Otago


Veteran nature photographer Rod Morris brings us face to face with some of the more interesting life forms residing in our seashores

 Rod Morris, the eye of a female Hutton’s octopus guarding her developing embryos, Aquarium Point, Otago Harbour

Rod Morris, the eye of a female Hutton’s octopus guarding her developing embryos, Aquarium Point, Otago Harbour


South Auckland’s most promising female photography students
mark the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Aotearoa

 
 Julia Saulue Laborde

Julia Saulue Laborde

 

How to

Capture.PNG

Landscape photographer Chris Morton tells us how to approach finding a concept for a body of work with reference to his new book, Aotea, Great Barrier: Land and People

PINK garden_FINAL.jpg

Esther Bunning shows us how to achieve beautiful creative lens effects without breaking the bank

p90 Umbrella Katydid - © Alan Henderson.jpg

Macro master and insect fanatic Alan Henderson explores the world on a scale we don’t normally see, and tells us how he does it


Gear and reviews

We take a look at why you might choose full frame with Mark Gee and the Nikon Z7, Leon Rose tests the new Moza gimbals, and in our buyers guide we take a look at the best gear for your holiday season


News and events

D-Photo’s Qiane Matata-Sipu wins a top photography award, Matariki Williams reviews Ngahuia Harrison’s recent light-box works, and we take a look at what’s in store for those attending the NZIPP’s The Art of Creative Storytelling workshop with leading portrait artist Richard Wood.

 
 Ngahuia Harrison, Aunty mihi (2018)

Ngahuia Harrison, Aunty mihi (2018)

 
 Quiane Matata-Sipu

Quiane Matata-Sipu

 
 
 Richard Wood

Richard Wood

 

Bonus

We’ve got you covered for 2019 — this issue comes with a calendar featuring images chosen by you!

DPhoto-87-EDM-calender.jpg