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How best to photograph winter sports, snowy landscapes, wildlife, and beyond! Two of New Zealand’s leading sports photographers give us

When the elders speak

Photographer Tim Cuff dares us to look beyond age as he puts faces and vivid stories to our older generation

The Queen

Commercial photographer Sacha Stejko heads into the studio with drag queen royalty to create an energetic portrait fit for a

How To | Photograph Grandchildren

NIKON D3, 105MM, 1/500S, F/9, ISO 200 90 per cent psychology, 10 per cent photography Veteran children’s photographer Ann Worthy

A Gentle Rawness

Auckland photographer Vanessa Green discusses social documentary shooting, the loud and quiet of everyday life, and the beauty of people

Brave the Pain

Oregon-born, Auckland-based photographer Melissa Nickerson is fighting back against prejudice and negativity with an empowering series of personal portraits Words:

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Turn your food photography into a work of art with tips from an award-winning photographer in this issue of D-Photo!

Dreams of their tūpuna

Photographer Vienna Nordstrom and stylist Taaniko Nordstrom are using their native-inspired vintage portrait process to reconnect incarcerated people with their

Out on the backstreets

Steve Scalone, one of Australia’s most accomplished photographers, has created a unique street photography initiative that unleashes 30 photographers upon

Bay Dreams

Photographer James Stanbridge worships at the altar of nature, and his most recent series of landscape work invites everyone to

Radical acts of self-love

One of the country’s top creative photographers is on a mission to help young women find their strength and self-confidence

Insta fame

Instagram presents photographers with a hugely powerful platform to promote work, but it can also be an overwhelming environment —

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Bring our cover to life   It is fascinating to watch the incredible ways photography is evolving in the modern

Question the light

The photographic underpinnings of Bill Culbert, one of the country’s most celebrated conceptual artists, are explored in an exciting new