Staff Profile

Shaminder Dulai
Shaminder Dulai

Shaminder a storyteller who specializes in not being a jerk. He is an internationally published, 13-time Emmy-nominated, award-winning photo/video journalist, writer, editor, educator, curator and creative technologist with 20+ years of experience producing stories. His personal projects have included co-founding Stateless Voices and Reclaim Photo, founding PhotoWalkCities, and his photo and video projects have been featured on HBO’s Last Week Tonight, NBC, Newsweek, Global Post, Columbia Law School, PBS, Daily Beast, Vibe and more. Before joining DP Review, he served as managing Editor of NBC Left Field, Global Director of Photography and Video at Newsweek, Head of Original Programing with PBS Seattle, homepage/breaking news photo editor with The New York Times, among others.

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice shortlist announced

Images of lions and bears are among 25 wildlife images in the running for the annual award, which is open for public voting until January 31, 2024.

What Sony's gridline update tells us about the future of cameras

Sony's gridline update adds up to four customizable grids to which users can add color codes and apply transparency masks. It also raises questions about the future of cameras and what it means for feature updates.

Sony completes second round of AP testing of C2PA in-camera authenticity technology

Sony, the Associated Press and 'Photo Mechanic' maker Camera Bits have run a month-long field-test to evaluate capture authentication and a subsequent workflow.

Five key points you need to know about the Sony a9 III

The Sony a9 III is heralded as a revolutionary camera, but is all the hype warranted? DPReview's Richard Butler and Dale Baskin break down what's actually new and worth paying attention to.

Ricoh announces Pentax WG-90, a take-anywhere rugged compact camera

Ricoh has announced the Pentax WG-90, a re-branded version of its WG-80 rugged, waterproof camera.

Sigma teases its upcoming sports focused 70-200mm F2.8 for L-mount and E-mount

Sigma has shared teasers on its social media pages for the 70-200mm F2.8 DG DN OS lens it recently announced. The lens will be available for L-mount and E-mount bodies and is being marketed as a sports lens.

Leica announces Summicron-M 28mm F2 ASPH, a bright compact wide for daily use

The Summicron-M 28mm F2 ASPH is an update to Leica's previous lens with the same name. It has a new body design and an integrated lens hood and hits store in November.

Hands on with Nikkor Z 600mm F6.3 VR S

Nikon's latest Z-mount lens is a 600mm you can handhold for hours for wildlife and sports photography or pack away for travel when you want to leave the monopod and tripod at home. We got our hands on a pre-production model to learn what's new in this $4800 lens.

Nikon Nikkor Z 600mm F6.3 VR S pre-production sample gallery

We got a chance to shoot Nikon's Nikkor 600mm F6.3 VR S for a few hours on a rainy Seattle day. See how the company's latest compact 'Phase Fresnel' lens performs.

Nikon's Nikkor Z 600mm F6.3 VR S first look video

We get some hands-on time with a pre-production version of the Nikkor Z 600mm F6.3 VR S, a super-telephoto prime that cuts down on weight through the use of a fresnel lens element. How does the lens perform, is it really as light as Nikon claims, is there any chromatic aberration? We explore these questions and more in our latest DPRTV episode.