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In D-Photo issue 92, we talk with Australian photojournalist Chris McGrath, who routinely ventures into some of the most dangerous spots on the globe to keep the world informed of important world events. This issue’s cover artist is Carly Anderson, an up and coming photographer whose latest project, Whakahīhī, has helped her reconnect with her cultural roots.   

Witness the independent publishing scene thriving as we review three photo-books from three exciting contemporary photographers. Our Gear Showdown pits the leading models of the new ‘affordable medium format’ category against one another, and our resident gear-head, Richard Wong, goes in depth with the X-Rite Color Checker Passport Photo 2, a handy tool for calibrating colours perfectly.

Also in this issue are top images from our readers, insight from photo industry leaders, a buyer’s guide for picking the correct travel gear, and a look at the secret recipe for photos that get attention in our image-saturated digital age.

12 September 2019

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We profile World Press Photo winner Chris McGrath

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Carly Anderson discusses the way her debut solo exhibition Whakahihi has rejuvenated her connection with her culture



Ilan Wittenburg shares some stunning images in his guide to travel portraiture, exploring the challenge of engaging with a stranger from a different culture



Landscape photographer James Stanbridge looks at the three key elements essential to creating outstanding photographs, regardless of genre or style

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Gear and Reviews

Medium-format mirrorless showdown
We look at four of the newest models in the ‘affordable’ medium-format category

Buyers Guide: Travel gear
The best kit to take with you on your next fantastic journey

Gearducated: X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Photo 2
The subtle science of perfectly reproduced colours