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    Any film photography magazines left?

    Can a person buy a film photography magazine anymore or have they all gone digital as well?
    "Black & White" is the only one I can find now days.

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    There is also a German magazine Photoklassik that started last year.

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    Lots of them in Japan. Some of them have previews.

    http://www.amazon.co.jp/s/ref=nb_sb_...83%A1%E3%83%A9

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    Fuji publishes a quarterly magazine in Japanese on analogue photography.

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    Every once in a while I still see photo technique on the rack, but even it is only partly about traditional photography. Here's what they say about themselves now:

    "photo technique is changing ever so slightly to again meet the needs of its readers. We’ve listened to your feedback. Going forward, you’ll start to see more technical articles that demonstrate how to use modern imaging tools. In the 21st Century, these tools might include pinhole to large format cameras with traditional film, digital capture HDR, and everything in-between. You’ll continue to see all forms of photography in the pages of photo technique. Today technology is blurred and creativity and curiosity take over to create meaningful photographs."
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    Here is a good chance for learning Dante's language: http://www.puntofoto.it/public/news/25.pdf

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    You may like Photoklassik, indeed fun to read.
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    No there aren't really not in the old sense, I stopped buying photographic magazines years ago, I buy photographic books instead, there's much more hard information in them.
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    Ben, you evolved over time too. I don't assume you would learn much from those old issues either.

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    [QUOTE=AgX;1518139]Ben, you evolved over time too. I don't assume you would learn much from those old issues either.[/QUOTE

    Even the old analogue photo magazines got repetitive after reading them for around fifty years, the same articles came round over and over again
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