Beyond gold

  Tony Carter, Nikon D810, 70mm, 1/50s, f/13, ISO 125   As Tony Carter adds yet another win to his

Platinum for gold

Christchurch photographer Stuart Clook shares his passion for the land, analogue photography, and historical printing processes

A master of international standing

Christchurch photographer Ann Bastion has become only the second New Zealander ever to achieve Master status with a global organization representing national photography associations around the world

Size matters

Landscape shooter Michael Hall explains why photographers who value an uncompromised image just won’t give up on large-format photography

Real talk

D-Photo speaks with some of Aotearoa’s documentary experts about shooting the world around us

The magic of youth

Two young up-and-coming Auckland photographers prove that they’re ready to take on the world, securing top spots at this year’s Sony Alpha Awards Youth Competition with fresh creativity, confident hustle, and digital prowess

What can be

Australian artist Gee Greenslade has made a career of thrashing wildly at the boundaries of photography, willing to give anything a try in the name of art, freedom, and fun

American Cordillera

Landscape photographer Mark Watson takes the concept of a ‘road trip’ to a new plateau; he’s on a bicycling adventure to traverse the chained mountain ranges that snake from the top of Alaska to the southernmost reaches of South America. Three years, two continents, unlimited photo opportunities 

Emily Hlavac Green: Sun-kissed portraits

Emily Hlavac Green, once of Dunedin and now taking on New York City, tells us of her exciting, scary and successful move to work in the US photography market in D-Photo issue no. 95 (on sale now). To give you a taste of the beautiful imagery you’ll find in the magazine, Emily shares a recent shoot on the iconic Staten Island ferry:

These bodies are fable

Exploring Pacific queer identity through a kaleidoscopic series of moving imagery has earned recent Manukau Institute of Technology graduate Pati Solomona Tyrell a nomination for New Zealand’s most prestigious contemporary art award, The Walters Prize

Gallery: Fay Looney

The work of Taranaki’s photographer laureate, Fay Looney (profiled in the latest issue of D-Photo), is an enduring record of the region’s natural beauty and cultural quirks. The rugged coast and majestic mountains are documented with impeccable style through the veteran photographer’s lens and available for public appreciation at Fay’s home gallery, Koru on Koru, along with the recently opened expansion, Koru on Devon.

On the Cover: Liu Bolin

Gracing the cover of D-Photo 93 is Chinese photographer Liu Bolin, as both the photographer and hidden subject of our latest cover image.

Shooting Reindeer Races

In D-Photo 92, on sale now, photographer Rouan Lucas van Ryn guides readers through considerations that must be made when picking photography gear for travel.