In issue 87, we speak to landscape photographer Chris Morton about his epic photo project shooting the land and people of Great Barrier Island. He 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.
Suite, in collaboration with Thistle Inn, presents an exhibition of Ans Westra photographs, located upstairs at Thistle Inn.
Auckland Camera Centre’s 2018 Photography Competition is well underway, and the last day to enter the store’s annual competition is Sunday 30 September.
On 7 September, Fujifilm announced the new X-T3, a mirrorless camera described as a must-have for serious videographers. Earlier this week, D-Photo was lucky enough to be invited along to its product launch.
After announcing the four nominees for 2018's Walters Prize in March, Auckland Art Gallery will be displaying their work from Saturday, 18 August. The four nominees are Ruth Buchanan, Jacqueline Fraser, Jess Johnson and Simon Ward, and Pati Solomona Tyrell, who featured in issue 85 of D-Photo.
Great music lives well beyond the artist’s own years, but music photography helps preserve the memory, and honour the legacy of music’s greatest stars. Kiwi ’grapher Alexander Hallag has shot many local artists and more than a few international acts, and shares his top tips for photographing live music
“I’m often asked what photography equipment I’m carrying on the road for a nearly three-year cycle tour, as well as how I manage workflow and backups. So here goes …”
Check out this video for an insight into Gee Greenslade’s process, which crams six hours of Photoshop into a three-minute clip.
The low-down on LEDs — the affordable constant light source that’s an essential addition to any photographer’s kit
Fashion photographer Brett Stanley demonstrates how to create bold, dramatic portraits — with only one light