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Bold new exhibition seeks public help

An enterprising local photographer has big plans to turn Auckland’s Silo Six space on the waterfront into a sprawling photo exhibition, and he’s seeking help from […]

Chasing the dark: Mark Gee

Astrophotographer Mark Gee talks to D-Photo‘s Point-Shoot blog about his latest video production, City Lights to Dark Skies. Produced to help promote the cause of […]

Game-changing: HD DSLR film-making

Luke White looks at the origins of the rapidly growing HD DSLR film-making trend and explains why you should get on board in the first […]

World Press winner courts controversy

  John Stanmeyer, VII Photo Update: See the end of this article for a video in which jury chair Gary Knight explains why Stanmeyer’s image […]

A remote solution for dangerous nature shots

On a recent safari trip to Africa acclaimed travel photographer Chris McLennan got to field test a newly designed photography toy for getting up close […]

Mark Wallace on sync speed

In the latest issue of D-Photo (issue 50, on sale now) our resident off-camera flash expert Rory Laubscher walks us through the high-speed sync basics […]

Free screening of The Mother Project

For photography students at a loose end these holidays (or anyone with time on their hands) two local photographers will be holding a free screening […]

World Press Photo 2012 pt 1

This year’s winners of the worlds most promenant photojournalism contest have been selected and D-Photo will be bringing you online galleries of all the top […]

Shooting UV damage

A New York photographer who specialises in photographing the invisible ultraviolet (UV) light spectrum is visiting New Zealand to capture the country’s unique ozone situation. […]

Shutterbugs Episode One

Shutterbugs is a new Australian web show about obsessive photography types in Melbourne’s creative quarter, Fitzroy. The first episode of the weekly series clocks in at […]

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