It's that very exciting time of the year where you get to submit the photo book you've been working hard on to be judged in the New Zealand Photo Book Of The Year Awards, and be in the running to win yourself cash and credit prizes valued at $10,000.Read More
So you’ve got the basic understanding of how your camera works under control, but now you’re looking to step your game up a notch and really start expanding your technical and creative skills.Read More
The team at Tamron and Samyang appear to have been pretty busy recently with the announcement of Samyang’s AF 50/14 FE Sony lens, Tamron’s A022 150–600mm lens, and their current Tamron Welcome in Spring photography competition.Read More
Instead of telling you what you can do with the newest offering from Canon — the EOS 5D Mark IV — the big focus that the Canon team is looking at is asking you to show the world the photographs you can achieve when using the new camera.Read More
SAE Creative Media Institute is well known and respected for its film courses — so much so that they have added a September intake to their Diploma in Film Making programme, due to the high demand for the course.Read More
If you've got your hands on the August–September issue of D-Photo (Issue No. 73) you would have noticed the first instalment of our Pro at Home column, where photographer Adam Croy got out his cell phone, and a crazy-looking plant, and proceeded to demonstrate how to use your cell phone to light up your shots.
To find out exactly how he did it, and how to replicate the procedure yourself, you'll have to grab yourself a copy of the magazine below, but we've got a couple of Croy's impressive images where he's used his cell phone to create some very moody lighting for his car photography!
Grab a print copy or a digital copy of the August–September issue of D-Photo to learn how to create stunning lighting using alternative light sources!
Let's have a bit of fun! What better way to get to know D-Photo readers than by giving you an excuse to take five minutes out of your busy day to partake in a quick poll. For our first-ever poll, we want to know whether you've ever tried your hand in the world of film photography.