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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by petertranv, Jul 30, 2008.
Just for fun, what is everyone's favorite photography magazine? and why?
Nothing personal, Peter, but....
If there's one topic that gets re-hashed again and again....
I still get Outdoor Photog. (ho hum) because the kids like to go thru it.
That said, my favorite "None of the Above". The so shallow, chock full of adds, and repeat feature articles on an annual basis. Also, they draw from too narrow a list of tallent-not necessarily the besta and the brightest, just the best conected.
I don't get or read any photography magazines. Almost everything I need can be found right here a Nikon Cafe.
I enjoy the UK mags
little pricey here, but much better articles/ tutorials
I second Frank's comments. Digital Photography usually has good PS information and tricks.
Yup, the UK mags are excellent.
I love Black & White magazine...
I also like Camera Work
more like a book though
I still get Outdoor Photographer sometimes, once I scan the articles...LOL
Shutterbug & PC Photo
Ya can't take the Cafe into the bath tub with you!
I like Popular Photography Magazine mainly due to them dropping Broadway Photo advertising. One of the few magazines with integrity!
I've had Popular and dropped it as it seemed like I'd seen the same stuff over and over. I still get Outdoor, but even that is getting boring. I do like Photoshop user(I'm a NAPP member), Digital PhotoPro, and AfterCapture. I also get Rangefinder, Professional Photographer and Studio. And I get the DVD LensWork Extended. It's amazing how fast you can look through that many mags and cull the good articles, read them and move on.
And unfortunatly, you can't take mags into the shower either:biggrin:
As long as we're on the subject you might as well subscribe and save money...
Popular Photography & Imaging is only $5 for 12 issues. American Photo is $4 for 6 issues. Outdoor Photographer is $10 for 10 issues. Shutterbug is $12 for 12 issues.
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