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Its name originated from a metaphor for the coming-off-age transformation that photography underwent from analog to digital.
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Jon Davison, a New Zealander who bases himself in the south of France, shoots aircraft around the world, much of it done air-to-air and including everything from biplanes to the fastest and most modern military and corporate jets. Finally, Abi Pym is an English textile designer who now integrates photography as one of the components of her fashion design process. Her interest lies in the world of macro photography. February Our February issue features three photographers — two from the United Kingdom and one from Australia.
Matt Emmett is a graphic designer working in the toy industry in the UK. Ian Kenins is a street photographer based in Melbourne, Australia.
This collection of images was captured over 26 years using various film and digital cameras. Finally Howard Kingsnorth, a British commercial photographer, lives and works in London and shares a collection of cityscapes and structures, many captured from helicopters, and the story of his life as a journeyman in photography.
Chris Cameron is a maritime shooter, a man well accustomed to the slippery deck of a sailboat and the roll and lurch of the sea in every weather and at all latitudes. Enjoy his deckside, fisheye, and bird's eye perspectives! Julian Ward is a street photographer dedicated to exploring our capital city, Wellington. His black and white images are the combination of a Leica M9, a 35mm Summicron lens of vintage, great patience and impressive powers of observation.
Melbourne based, Adrian Donoghue is a storyteller armed with a camera, a well of ideas based on a theme and formidable post-processing skills. This ongoing series is a wonderful collection of carefully planned and executed constructs on a theme. Two New Zealand photographers complete the line up for this issue. We present a mix of his earlier large format work together with more modern digital capture.
Taranaki based photographer Fay Looney was the first female president of the NZIPP and has worked mainly in the tourism, editorial and publishing areas. Today, she owns an art gallery and promotes local artists.
Plus, our regular columnists Tony Bridge, Gary Baildon and Ian Poole all weigh in on a range of topics occupying their thoughts. This is complemented by our selection from across the categories. Roger Wandless is a medical professional, an anaesthetist, who shoots our landscape with passion and precision.
He shares a mix of film and digital work. Janyne Fletcher makes her home in the beautiful South Island, her mission is to capture the landscape of Central Otago and the Maniototo, with particular interest in finding picturesque objects others have placed or misplaced in the countryside. Plus, Tony Bridge has some words of advice for a young photographer. September Features three photographers shooting in coastal regions, albeit at the wet edges of different countries. Two of these shooters create their images entirely in the dark of night.
Australian photographer Christine Wilson is a nurse who spends her free time shooting monochrome land and seascapes on the coastline of her home state Victoria. In this feature we reveal who won the top award, and show all of the category winners. The image on our cover gained a Silver Award for Bev Bell. Finally, Australian photographer Ian Poole is an awards judge, a 50 year veteran of commercial photography, and a columnist for this magazine. His chosen medium is an archaic and unpleasant process, but when assiduously combined with a hand built large format camera the results are stunning.
Australian R. Plus, our popular columnist Tony Bridge describes the process leading to the opening of his new gallery. May Features Canadian photographer Joel Koczwarski, and his fascination with the Moscow Underground rail network, each station a majestic architectural time capsule largely unnoticed by its users.
The environment stands still, and passers by are shadows and blurs. Australian photographer John Patrick shows personal work from his Figure Studies series.
This is an artistic respite from his usual commercial work for major companies and ad agencies. Finally, another Australian, Roger Arnall, shows his Human Creations series, carefully observed and faithfully captured vignettes from around the world. Roger finds beauty in line, form, and every hue in a colour palette ranging from the freshly minted to the artfully faded.
With a mix of vertical and oblique images, this collection is a peep at the world from above. American photographer Steven Edson shows work from his series on American cars, and the road surfaces which are their natural environment. Finally, New Zealander Ilan Wittenberg pursued one of his true passions: His exciting journey took him through twisted and narrow streets where merchants market their goods.
March Features urban exploration images from Croatian writer and photographer Mirna Pavlovic. Mirna finds beauty, meaning and more than a little excitement in the desolate places man has deserted and left to decay gracefully. Her long running project, in monochrome, documents the simple rural lifestyle that her children enjoy in this beautiful location.
Finally, UK photographer Toby Trueman works by day as a creative director of a production company specialising in video, film and animation. His series, The Tides, is an hommage to the Scottish coast near where he lives.
February Features aerial photography by Australian commercial photographer Geoff Comfort, a man well accustomed to shooting both town and country from the air. Completely at home at low level in a Cessna or a helicopter, Geoff finds order and beauty in the rolling landscape below him.