The first issue of D-Photo for 2015 is available in stores this week, and it’s packed with tons of inspiration and instruction to help you make the most of the beautiful summer days we find ourselves in the midst of.
Here’s a peek at what you’ll find beyond the cover:
Perfect moment: landscape legend Andris Apse talks about his latest work shooting the resplendent South Island and the way in which his exceptional upbringing has informed his visual style.
Nature’s masterpiece: join travel and wildlife photographer Karim Sahai as he embarks on a voyage to shoot the icy landscapes of the Arctic and capture one of nature’s most dazzling phenomena; the Northern Lights.
Tragic glamour: art photographer Yvonne Todd discusses the largest exhibition of her career and the influences that have shaped her distinctive, unnerving approach to studio portraiture.
The future of photography: we find ourselves in a time of undeniable upheaval and evolution for the art, production, consumption and business of photography – take a look at where today’s trends may be leading us.
Rising stars shine bright: get a look at work from Aotearoa’s top young photographers as judged by the latest edition of the Canon EYEcon awards.
Mama Africa: International travel photographer Chris McLennan shares stunning imagery created in one of his ‘photographic happy places’, Africa.
Landscapes on the go: local legend Jackie Ranken discusses techniques for creating landscape images from moving platforms, such as planes, trains, and automobiles.
Reach for the sky: look at walking the fine line of HDR use to beat tricky lighting on location with Andy Belcher.
When you go pro – part one: If you’ve ever wanted to make money from your photography you’re going to want to check out Paul Petch’s tips to consider before making your move.
Anatomy of a portrait: decode a portrait set-up, light by light, with studio wizard Luke White.
Still waters: Mareea Vegas speaks with emerging photographer Anton Maurer about slowing down to shoot and putting real thought into landscape images.
Landscape quick fixes: Mead Norton gives handy answers to common landscape photography problems, as submitted by our readers.
DAM your photo collection: digital imaging guru looks at the unglamorous but very important arena of digital asset management.
Head to your local newsagent for all that and more, or pick up your copy online here.