Canon’s first full-frame mirrorless camera is one of the company’s biggest product launches in 10 years. Along with the cutting-edge EOS R camera body, the company are also releasing a range of high-performance lenses suited to the new RF mount. Canon are also introducing new EF-EOSR mount adapters, meaning that more than 70 EF and EF-S lenses are compatible with the new system.
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.
The exhibition for the 2018 Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year competition opened Thursday 26 July at Metro Gallery in Auckland and saw many from the photographic community come together in appreciation of our new winners.
The 2018 Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year has achieved unprecedented success, with 13,329 photographs entered. The judges have had the mammoth task of sifting through these images, making some very tough decisions along the way. We have narrowed it down to the top ten images in each category — and here they are.
If you follow D-Photo, you are no doubt familiar with the beautiful black-and-white portrait that graces the cover of issue 84. The image, taken by photographer Ilan Wittenberg in his Auckland studio, won the Portrait category at the 2018 Sony Alpha Awards, and went on to take out the Grand Prize.
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