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    What are your favorite, film photography focused magazines?
    I'm looking for one that will help me with my technique and has some reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deus
    What are your favorite, film photography focused magazines?
    I'm looking for one that will help me with my technique and has some reviews.
    There is a pretty wide ranging question. What are your interests, and where do you live?
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    B&W magazine.
    I've also picked up Camera Arts (unlikely to buy again), Lenswork, Photolife (Canadian but is now going mostly digital), and Aperture (not sure on that name?).

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    I'm interested in portrait, landscape, architecture and "photojournalism" and live in the UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deus
    I'm interested in portrait, landscape, architecture and "photojournalism" and live in the UK.
    definitely Black and White Photography, it's a UK mag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean
    definitely Black and White Photography, it's a UK mag
    Yeah but.. I like color too ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deus
    I'm interested in portrait, landscape, architecture and "photojournalism" and live in the UK.
    Black & White Photography, Outdoor Photography, Photography Monthly. These are the UK magazines that I am most familiar with; I live in the US. The only US based magazine I can recommend, given your interests and equipment is "Nature's Best."
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    Definitely Black and White Photography, plus if your into colour and / or landscapes then Outdoor Photography also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Definitely Black and White Photography, plus if your into colour and / or landscapes then Outdoor Photography also.
    Make that the UK version of Outdoor Photography. The USA version is a waste of paper. It should be relabled Outdoor Photoshop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
    It should be relabled Outdoor Photoshop.
    Actually the irony of that mag is that many of the photos...and all but one of the photographs in their calendar....are made with film, often large format at that. Outdoor Photographer shills for the digital manufacturers more blatantly, and with less skill since their hypocrisy is so evident, than any other mag I can think of that isn't a strictly digital oriented publication. UGGHHH,..
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