Close this search box.


The state of us: Simon Devitt

Highly regarded architectural photographer Simon Devitt launched a collaborative book looking at state housing in New Zealand, from both a historical and modern perspective. He chats with D-Photo about the project and previews some of its luscious visuals

Pressures of the press

With the results of two important photojournalism awards soon to be announced — the Canon Media Awards, celebrating excellence in local

Ocean beat: Chris Sisarich

Celebrated commercial photographer Chris Sisarich talks to D-Photo’s Point-Shot blog about his latest project paying tribute to the 10-year partnership

Help out the Auckland photo fest

The country’s biggest annual celebration of photography is asking for a little help from the public to continue developing its completely

More photojournalist job cuts

One of the UK’s biggest publishers has announced it will cut all photography staff from a group of its regional

Sleazy photography fraud exposed

Someone fraudulently posing as a photographer for local magazines has been caught contacting would-be models in an attempt to have

Eyecon Film award

Congratulations to Jonathan Mines on winning the inaugural Canon EYEcon Film award-winner with the short film Caché. The film has yet

D-Photo no. 58 out Monday

Our clever subscribers can begin checking their mailboxes from tomorrow, but everyone else should run down to the local news

Upskill for the New Year

If you’ve ever thought about getting into fashion photography or taking the online world by storm as the country’s next

AFoP13: Features of China

D-Photo was at the opening of Chen Haiwen’s extensive Features of China show, hosted at Auckland central’s Aotea Centre. The exhibition is a black and white sample of Chen’s hugely ambitions project to photograph members of all 56 of China’s ethnic groups