Our first issue of D-Photo magazine for 2016 is filled to the brim with a huge variety of articles for photographers of all levels. We’ve got in-depth how-to features, advice from the experts, and all the latest news and gear information that you could need.
Not only does Paul Hoelen show you his incredible Aerial Abstract images, he also outlines — in great detail no less — how you could achieve results such as these yourself. A plane, lots of planning and research, and a lot of guts are involved, so if you’re keen to unleash the inner adrenaline junkie in you — or just want to know how he did it — grab your copy of the latest issue now!
Last year, Sarah Champion took out the 2015 Epson/NZIPP Iris Awards Student category, so we caught up with the 21 year old to see what she’s been working on, what sparked her interest in photography, and where she’s planning on taking it. This is one inspiring story that you’ve got to read.
Sometimes just a single shot won’t do it when you’re trying to capture the awe-inducing scenes of a landscape, or when you’re wanting to communicate the essence of a space you’ve found yourself in. Sometimes a panorama will just give you that extra dimension that the situation requires. So with the help of Mark Gee and Chris McLennan, we bring you eight easy-to-digest tips on how to capture your own panoramas.
Many of us would have felt it as we drew close to the end of last year — that burning out and withdrawing from what we usually love, all thanks to our creative juices coming to a halt. Paul Petch brings you some solid advice when it comes to avoiding this creative burnout, explaining how it’s possible to keep your motivation and inspiration up in order to keep capturing incredible photographs you can be proud of.
In this issue, Rebecca Frogley explores the theme of ‘dark art’ and heads out into the night to shoot a range of photographs while utilizing various Sigma lenses, a Vanguard tripod and ball head, as well as a Rotolight LED light. She looks at the possibilities of what can be achieved by applying simple photographic techniques within everyday shooting scenarios.
Liking the look of what’s inside D-Photo Issue No. 70? That’s not even half of it! Head to your local stockist now, or grab a print or a digital copy from us below: