Selling Dreams: One hundred years of fashion photography
Friday, December 6 - Friday, February 28
Auckland Domain, Parnell, Auckland
AIPA LAUNCHES CLIQ
The Advertising & Illustrative Photographers Association has launched ‘CLIQ', an initiative that provides a unique and engaging platform for showcasing the outstanding imagery produced by New Zealand's leading commercial photographers.
WPO ANNOUNCES 2013 L'IRIS D'OR
Thirty-two year-old Norwegian photographer Andrea Gjestvang is announced as the L'Iris d'Or/Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year. The judges voted unanimously for Gjestvang's powerful series of portraits of children and youths who survived the July 2011 massacre on the island of Utoeya, outside Oslo.
ALAMY PUBLISH STOCK PHOTOGRAPHY REPORT
International stock image company Alamy has published the results of an industry think tank looking at the way in which we pay for images and how photographers are compensated. The round table discussion, hosted by Alamy, had key decision makers in the industry debate image licensing and pricing. Participants included picture buyers, photographers, journalists and commentators as well as stock image providers.
FEATURES & COLUMNS
MODEL WATCH: MEREDITH HENNESSY
Los Angeles based model Meredith Hennessy has recently arrived in Auckland following a brief stint in Bangkok. With her vibrant, bubbly personality and great 'can-do' attitude she makes shooting campaigns, catalogues or editorials a breeze.
NEW PRODUCTS: OLYMPUS OM-D E-M1
In response to the demand for a compact system camera as powerful as a professional DSLR, Olympus introduces the OM-D E-M1, its new premium flagship camera and worthy Micro Four Thirds successor to the Olympus E-5 DSLR. The E-M1 has a revolutionary design for advanced photographers looking for a high-performance tool in a compact system camera package.
ASSOCIATION NEWS: AUGUST 2013
Back in the days of shooting film I remember how visiting the local lab (or specialist photography store) was often a rewarding social experience - even though I certainly didn't recognise this it at the time. Whenever you were dropping off or picking up film you inevitably bumped into a colleague and spent a fair amount of time talking about the industry and life in general.