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    Good for you Aggie! Glad to know it is comming along fine....

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    There are two magazines that I regularly buy: "Black and White Photography" and "Lenswork". The latter is comparatively expensive (nearly 8 quid in the UK), but I think it's superb and deserves the money. The Roger Hicks column in the ubiquitous "Amateur Photographer" I find usually quite interesting, but apart from that I don't care for AP at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deus
    I'm interested in portrait, landscape, architecture and "photojournalism" and live in the UK.
    I'd also highly recommend B & W Photography & Outdoor Photography. Forget Practical Photography & Photography Monthy. They seem to be in a battle with each other after PM stole PPs editor. They produce the same old tired stuff month after month and have become more about digital imaging and gear reviews than photography.

    For photojounalism I can highly recommend ei8ht. It's a quarterly UK publication, see www.foto8.com for details.

    Mike

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    I think I wrote a large review of magazines some time ago...
    Anyway.
    Magazines I am subscribed to:
    - Hasselblad Forum. Small size, excellent print and amazing photographs (depending on issue's theme).
    - Lensworks. Smaller size, even better print, only BW and the portfolios can be dull.

    Magazines I pick from the stand:
    - UK's BW Photography. Good size, good print and great articles. Good photos sometimes only though (to my opinion).
    - US's BW Photography. A4 size, ok print (for its price and target audience should have been a lot better) but always some interesting portfolios.
    - France's Photo. A4 size, good print, always has some good photos. Nice chicks too.
    - Photo Book. Greek. Print & binding like a book, its photos are a mixed bag of everything goes, from cellphone grabs of TV screens to dull cliche stereotypes. I always buy it though as it gives an idea of what Greeks call photography.
    aristotelis grammatikakis
    www.arigram.gr
    Real photographs, created in camera, 100% organic,
    no digital additives and shit




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    Quote Originally Posted by SchwinnParamount
    There was a UK magazine called 'Darkroom User' or something like that several years ago. Ctien was a guest columnist a lot. Anyone remember that mag?
    Darkroom User was renamed Camera & Darkroom. It was published by Ed Buziak. Excellent magazine. Contributors include Les McClain, Ctein, Roger Hicks and Frances Schultz, and Ralph Lambrecht. Very good writing, and outstanding printing.

    Ed's wife had MS and required a great deal of care, and Ed was her principal caregiver. She experienced a fall that left her even more incapacitated, and this in turn distracted Ed from the magazine. The publication schedule became very erratic. Eventually, he wrote to the subscribers to explain that he and his wife had chosen to relocate from Wales to France to seek the warmer weather that would be more comfortable for his wife. He hinted that publication would resume following their relocation, but that didn't happen.

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    View Camera, LensWork, B&W, Black & White. PhotoTechniques is OK on a sporadic basis.

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    Photo techniques

    For my money nothing is half do good as the bi-monthly Photo Techniques. Every other month they also cover d------.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchwinnParamount
    There was a UK magazine called 'Darkroom User' or something like that several years ago. Ctien was a guest columnist a lot. Anyone remember that mag?
    I have few issues laying around in my collection...I think the name nowadays is "Photoshop Magazine"

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    Outdoor Photographer

    Even though this is an old thread I had to reply, as I still get bent out of shaping thinking about this:

    When Photovision (http://www.photovisionmagazine.com/) died they sent me a "gift" subscription to Outdoor Photographer. Even though I not so politely requested that they send the subscription to someone who would appreciate it, I continued to receive it for months. It is the only magazine I've ever received that I recycled without even opening.

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