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    Looking Glass Magazine

    Looking Glass Magazine publishes cutting edge photography by contemporary film photographers, and exceptional writing about the craft we love.

    June/July, 2014: Domenico Foschi, Austin Granger, Robert Langham III, Andrew Sanderson, Scott Stillman, Amanda Tomlin

    Behold the launching of Looking Glass Magazine, a publication featuring the many faces of film photography. We’ll bring you work both traditional and controversial, innovative and touching, bold and inventive, and yet always inspiring and provocative. You’ll find work by artists who are well known alongside those whose names are unfamiliar (with links to see more of their work) in addition to regular features such as letters to the editor, and the ever-popular Tales from the Lens. Best of all, a one year subscription will set you back just $19.95. Or, if you prefer, purchase individual issues for $3.50 each. When you subscribe, your money helps pay the artists who make up each issue of Looking Glass. We’re looking forward to a long future of bringing you new work in this very old medium, made fresh again and again by generations of photographic artists.

    Editor in Chief: Amanda Tomlin
    Publisher: Laura Campbell

    Learn more about Looking Glass at our website and preview our inaugural issue.

    Looking Glass Magazine web site: http://lookingglasszine.com

    Magazine Kiosk: http://www.joomag.com/en/newsstand/l...3976383?ref=ib
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    Sounds great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Kubach View Post
    Sounds great!

    Jeff
    Thanks Jeff!
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    The first 16 pages of the inaugural issue of Looking Glass Magazine can be previewed here: http://www.joomag.com/en/newsstand/l...3976383?ref=ib
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    "Sky—hot as SHIT"

    Lone Pine? Nobody lives in Lone Pine. I thought you were joking. Until I read the above.

    I once spent six weeks in the 80s in the White Mountains east of Big Pine, just north of you, doing geological field mapping. Living out of a canvas tent. In mid-July and August.

    You're not joking...

    I'll check out the magazine. Been a long time since I subscribed to a photography magazine. Maybe it's time again...

    Best of luck,

    Ken
    "They are the proof that something was there and no longer is. Like a stain. And the stillness of them is boggling. You can turn away but when you come back they’ll still be there looking at you."

    — Diane Arbus, March 15, 1971, in response to a request for a brief statement about photographs

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    Haha! Yep, I'm lucky enough to call Lone Pine home.

    Oh! Summer field? Those trips (and tales) are famous in the Eastern Sierra and Death Valley. Were you with Lauren Wright, and Bennie Troxel?

    Thank you for checking out the zine. Hope you enjoy the work!


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    This might be my favorite picture posted to APUG. Two great tastes that taste great together: Photography and Land Cruisers. I've long suspected I'm not the only analog photog driving an FJ60.

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    How interesting. I've shot in the Alabama Hills for over 25 years now.......Lone Pine is a neat place to stay.
    "Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care"

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    Quote Originally Posted by eng1er View Post
    This might be my favorite picture posted to APUG. Two great tastes that taste great together: Photography and Land Cruisers. I've long suspected I'm not the only analog photog driving an FJ60.
    Yup, they're a great rig, and they run forever. I put one of these on mine:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Images View Post
    How interesting. I've shot in the Alabama Hills for over 25 years now.......Lone Pine is a neat place to stay.
    The scenery is gorgeous. I love living here. Next time you're in town, check out De La Cour Ranch. Great people, organic farm, horses, and lavender fields: http://www.delacour-ranch.com/
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