D-Photo’s feature stories cover the range of the photographic spectrum, and whether your interest is in photographing nature, landscapes, portraiture or photojournalism, if you want to push your creativity to new limits, D-Photo is a great place to start. D-Photo's features find out what drives the world's best photographers and encourages you to think in new ways about your craft that will lift your inspiration to the next level.
Learn how to take great photos - easy-to-follow tips and tricks to turn your ideas into beautifully framed, perfectly focused and well balanced images.
Get your photos critiqued for free by Mike Langford, one of New Zealand’s top photographers — and see his invaluable experience and knowledge applied helping other photographers like you to learn and improve how to take photos.
You’ll learn everything from choosing the best lighting and lenses through to techniques to capture your subjects in their natural state.
Discover new techniques for editing and processing - Improve your photograph processing with step-by-step technical guides written by leading professionals. D-Photo covers popular software such as Photoshop and Lightroom, with detailed, structured, simple-to-follow tutorials to achieve stellar results in techniques including colour management, noise reduction, automation, workflow and printing.
Knowledge and inspiration from interviews with leading photographers - every issue D-Photo features stunning portfolios from world-renowned photographers and then examines the work with in-dpeth interviews with the photographers. Find out what it takes to be an innovative leader in the photographic scene. Be they living photographic legends, rising stars on the international stage or home-grown artists taking the world by storm, D-Photo asks the questions and analyses the method, techniques, and equipment to give you an insight into the realm of the world's best.
In-depth equipment reviews - the latest equipment from all the major manufacturers of cameras, lenses, tripods, lighting, printers, bags and more. The extensive reviews are written by a stable of photography professionals and accompanied by detailed specifications, a list of pros and cons and helpful ratings for construction, ergonomics, ease of use and more. D-Photo’s reviews are write-ups of hands-on field tests in real-world practical applications — they inform you of how a particular product might work for you.
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•Local professional and amateur photographers
•Beginner photographers looking to learn and improve
•Many photography studio owners and equipment suppliers in New Zealand
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