Richard Wong's hope for the future of New Zealand is harmony through diversity, showing that even things with conflicting natures can live together peacefully.
From 65 finalists, there were nine winners in the New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year. Behold, the finest frames of New Zealand's environment and society in 2017.
The inaugural Canon Personal Project Grant enabled Richard Robinson to photograph the far reaches of New Zealand’s ocean territory.
There are difficult assignments, and then there’s filming in a watery, dank space with barely room to move. Director Melissa Nickerson goes behind the scenes of Luckie Strike, her documentary about the search for a connection between two Waitomo caves.
Want to leap from weekend shutterbug to jobbing photographer? Here's how.
Behold, the finalists in the annual New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year competition—65 sparkling visions of our environment and society. Now it's your turn to be the judge...
For photographers wanting take their craft to new heights, or move up a level, drones offer a world of new perspectives (and new metaphors).
Every visual we see—in our social media feeds, magazines, advertisements—contributes to our understanding of the world around us. But is it possible to predict the images of the future? Well, yes, say the analysts at Getty Images.
A photographic journey through a remote archipelago of Papua New Guinea.
A long-term contributor to Getty Images on ideas, imagination and constant evolution.
The Lumix GH5 is the most-anticipated camera of 2017. Does it live up to the hype?
An artist working in photography, video and sculpture, Joyce Campbell has exhibited around the world, works between Los Angeles and Wairoa, teaches at Elam School of Fine Arts, and in 2016 was shortlisted for the Walters Prize.
As a relative newcomer to photography, and to Australia, Ingetje Tadros created an award-winning series on her new community.
Back when EXIF data was DIY, this easily-concealed camera was a runaway success with World War I servicemen.
An utterly ordinary image is one of the biggest commercial successes in history—and nobody had any choice in the matter.
Amanda McErlich on the role of a public-affairs photographer in the New Zealand Defence Force.
American photographer Donna Ferrato has championed women’s rights through her work on domestic violence for nearly 30 years. In November 2016, Ferrato’s most well-known image, which launched her journey down this path, was included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential series of photographs.
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