Which monthly Photography magazines do you subscibe to?

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Linux Rockz, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. Linux Rockz

    Linux Rockz Guest

    I was just wondering, These days I buy 'Digital Photo' which is available
    in the UK, not for the photographic techniques, this magazine covers very
    little of that, but for digital imaging techniques, it's second to none.

    Like many, I much prefer to get a good shot at the time of shutter
    release, But I already know enough about photography to get a good shot
    out of my camera without the need to read magazines and wouldn't want to
    be influenced by someone else's creativity when I have plenty myself
    anyway. So, I don't feel the need to read about photography in monthly
    magazines. However, digital imaging is very handy for effects and touch
    ups that would be very time consuming on location, this is an area that I
    DO need to 'brush up' on.

    I know there are many die hard film photographers out there, but mixing
    an indepth knowledge of digital imaging & excellent photography skills
    together will get some absolutely stunning results.

    Anyway, back on track, which magazine do you subscribe to?
    Linux Rockz, Sep 17, 2004
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  2. Anyway, back on track, which magazine do you subscribe to?

    American Photo. Good reviews (not alot of them), great interviews with

    Venlig hilsen/best regards

    René Ernst Nielsen

    +45 66122111
    +45 28722962
    René Ernst Nielsen, Sep 17, 2004
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  3. Linux Rockz

    Fitpix Guest

    I buy Digital Photo at Barnes and Noble and I agree that it is one of the
    best magazines either side of the Pond. I get Shutterbug every month or so.
    That magazine used to make me crazy because in their reviews of cameras and
    lenses the images were, well they kinda sucked a lot of the time. Nature
    Photographer is also a fave.
    Fitpix, Sep 18, 2004
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