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D-Photo No 62 Oct-Nov 2014

D-Photo is New Zealand’s No.1 digital photography magazine helping Kiwis get to grips with their cameras and use them more creatively. By providing quality how-to features, product reviews, and inspirational pictures, the magazine gives its loyal and ever-increasing subscriber base the information and confidence they need to embrace digital camera technology and make photography a part of their everyday lives. Enjoy the stunning work from talented New Zealand photographers and see the New Zealand landscape and people in a way no one else can in each and every issue.

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New Zealand
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Parkside Media
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Bimonthly
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going places

As the end of the year draws nearer, so too do the dreams of briefly casting off the shackles of the workaday world come closer to becoming reality. It’s this time of year that our plans for relaxing family escapes, exotic exploration and leisurely wanderings start to firm up — which also makes it the ideal time to brush up your travel photography skills. So welcome to D-Photo’s travel photography special. Whether you’re trekking to distant lands or just surveying your own backyard, we have assembled loads of tips, techniques and inspirational photos from some of the top producers of travel imagery. We have New Zealand travel photography legend Chris McLennan, who gives us the lowdown on the world’s best travel destinations; Stefan Haworth to discuss the advantages of a pared-back…

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letters to the ed.

IN PLACE OF OUR USUAL LETTER COLUMN, THIS ISSUE WE ASKED THE WINNERS OF OUR BIG ANNUAL SIGMA D-PHOTO AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR COMPETITION (ANNOUNCED LAST ISSUE) TO SEND IN A PHOTO OF THEIR SHINY NEW PRIZES. AND ONCE AGAIN, A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS WHO MADE THESE PRIZES POSSIBLE: SIGMA, HASSELBLAD, VANGUARD, SANDISK, MARUMI, EPSON, GOPRO, AND FANTAIL.…

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new zealand’s top photographers named

As media partner for the Infocus 2014 photography convention, D-Photo is proud to present the winners of the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography’s annual Iris Professional Photography Awards. Photographer of the Year: Richard Wood Overseas Photographer of the Year: Paul Hoelen Highest-Scoring Entry: Catherine Cattanach Rookie of the Year: Anthony Turnham Commercial: Mike Hollman Creative: Kaye Davis Documentary: Bob Tulloch Fusion: Ollie Dale Illustrative: Richard Wood Landscape: Jackie Ranken Portrait Classic: Catherine Cattanach Portrait Creative: Holly Spring Student/Assistant: Amy Fowler (UCOL) Travel: Mike Hollman Wedding Classic: Jason Naylor Wedding Creative: Jake Thomas Wedding Album: Jason Naylor View the full gallery of Iris-winning images and further Infocus coverage at bit.ly/1rUp5fz.…

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young guns sought for unique prizes

Talented emerging artists in the photography and film-making realms are currently encouraged to submit work for one of the country’s most significant creative competitions. Each year the Canon Eyecon Photography and Film Competition gives young creatives the opportunity to win invaluable on-the-job experience with some of New Zealand’s top photographers, along with a swathe of other cash, Canon gear and industry prizes. Canon is currently accepting submissions in three categories: two for photography — one for tertiary students and assistant photographers currently studying photography, and another for year 12 and 13 high school students studying photography — and one for film, for tertiary students and assistant film-makers currently studying film. This year’s judging panel, all of whom will also act as the winners’ mentors, will look at the entrants’ ability to think laterally…

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explore the possibilities of asia

Photographers with a drive to break into the lucrative Asian market will soon have a tailor-made opportunity to make the right connections care of a new networking programme kicking off in Hong Kong this November. Kiwi photo consultant Christina Force and Australian photographer Richard Earp are the talent behind the inaugural Creative Asia Plus (CA+) event, designed to provide the region’s photographers with the ideal platform to meet with, and have work critiqued by, some of Asia’s highly respected creative professionals. The CA+ portfolio review and networking programme is the first professional development programme of its kind in Asia, and is part of the Creative Asia Digital Imaging Expo in Hong Kong this year. Force has been instrumental in many Australasian photographers’ careers, through workshops and one-on-one mentoring, and in co-chairing CA+ she…

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conservation in southern spotlight

Taking centre stage in a South Island photography convention next month will be a key player in a local photography business dedicated to highlighting important conservation stories around the world. Mark Jones, one of the three business partners behind The Roving Tortoise Worldwide Nature Photography, is the keynote speaker at the Photographic Society of New Zealand’s annual Southern Regional Conference, this year held in Christchurch, in October. Jones will speak about his specialized team of internationally respected writers and photographers, and the work they do on rare wildlife species around the globe. He will be joined by guest speakers Mike Hyde, Bevan Tulett, David Wethey and Ann Worthy Stephenson, who cover a range of expertise from photojournalism to landscape, nature, and underwater photography, as well as authoring books. In addition to the…