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    P.S. I can't remember the last time my favorite photo publication - Blindspot - had nudes in it...

    (my beef with the nudes in most of these B&W mags is they are usually just so badly done and cliched and the same old same old - nude in abandoned building, nude on a rock, nude in a forest glade - no different than a 1000 others before and all poor copies of a Weston or a Bernhard or such...!)

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    SilverShotz Vol 3 Edition 6

    Just received in the mail SilverShotz Ed #6; and it has some beautiful images as well as some great articles including an Intro to Platinum Printing by Tilman Crane & Art of Bromoil Printing about Joy Goldkind. The editor seems to come down on the side of traditional photography; and, except for a couple of ads & brief review of digital enlarger, didn't see any mention of digital.
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    I am completely unfamiliar with Silvershotz. I can't imagine why I've never seen it at Border's or Barnes and Noble. Is it usually carried by those stores? Now I'm eager to take a look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdog
    "Silvershotz" magazine and can you tell me ...is this the same publication as "The Black & White Enthusiast"?
    To answer your original question, the answer is yes
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    My favorite: the German monthly "Photonews. Zeitung fuer Fotografie." Blissfully free of measurbators and measurbating.

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    I recently discovered the Italian (bilingual) B&W mag PRIVATE which is pretty swell. I see that Jim Johnson also recently discovered the same issue, and liked it for different reasons -- a good sign in my book! I subscribed, anyway.

    I always dislike review-driven mags, they are just veiled advertising IMO. It's sad (but understandable in SOME ways) that mags that purport to be about photography itself -- say American Photo, PDN, Camera Arts -- feel pressured to also include this sort of material. *sigh*

    I get a lot of mags, and subscribe because it's cheaper than buying them (and sometimes easier than finding them):
    Aperture
    Lenswork (paper and DVD)
    PRIVATE
    National Geographic
    Camera Arts
    Photo Techniques
    PDN (online and paper)
    B&W
    Focus
    Black and White Photography
    Modern Painters (okay, tangential)
    eight aka ei8ht or foto8
    Hamburger Eyes (no more subscriptions! )

    with intermittent bookstore forays into PhotoLife or (shh) Digital Photo Pro, the French PHOTO (usually the context issues), PICTURE, and -- when I can find it -- the Japanese COMMERCIAL PHOTO.

    I'm sad to hear that Natural Glow is gone! I always purchased the current issue whenever visiting Japan (can't ever seem to find it here).

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    Quote Originally Posted by John McCallum
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    My new favorite magazine is New Zealand Magazine (nzmag.com)!!. It is the only magazine I receive by subscription. It isn't a photography magazine ... but, that is OK.
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    Borders' Charing X Road branch in London do stock Silvershotz FYI
    "He took to writing poetry and visiting the elves: and though many shook their heads and touched their foreheads and said 'Poor old Baggins!' and though few believed any of his tales, he remained very happy till the end of his days, and those were extraordinarily long "- JRR Tolkien, ' The Hobbit '.

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