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The New Zealand Journal of Photography invites book and exhibition reviews, letters to the editor, criticism, articles on contemporary & historical photography, museum practice with a view to publication. All we ask in return is that contributors respect our deadlines.

NZCP operations are suspended until further notice.

Welcome to the new homepage for the NZCP. We are currently displaying works from our collections as well as a searchable index and selected articles from our publications. Please register an account to receive notification of our events and other activities.
Colour Camera of the 1930s
In the days before colour film colour photography was done with multiple pictures taken through colour filters that were recombined using dye techniques to recreate the original image. The JOS-PE tri colour camera was a commercial camera of the early 1930s.
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Historic Cameras - Truby King and  Ed Hillary
Cameras kept by two famous people have come to our attention. Sir Edmund Hillary still had the Retina that he'd taken to the top of Mt. Everest, where he captured Sherpa Tensing holding his ice axe aloft. And excitingly we now hold in our collection Truby King's camera and examples of his work.
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San Marino  International Photomeeting
We had to find three young Australasian photographers for a San Marino 1997 Photomeet competition. It wasn't always easy but we succeeded and they did well. 
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