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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    vc is still around ...
    This is true, although I cant fully agree with the characterization of it as catering primarily to film users. Perhaps technically, since all you need is 51% film content to fit that bill. I was a faithful subscriber going way back, but I stopped subscribing then I stopped buying occasional issues off the new stand because there was so much digital content, 100% of which doesn't interest me. Why should I buy something for the same price as before when it has less of what I want? But I almost bought this month's issue, which seems to be nearly digital free, but it will take more than one issue like that to win my money back.

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    Though it is most likely scorn-worthy, knowing the APUG crowd, technically Light Leaks mgazine - largely catered toward the Lomography/Toy Camera niche, http://www.lightleaks.org/ - deals with film exclusively. I've never seen it in stores, but at Barnes and Noble, I've picked up B&W magazine as well as View Camera.

    I think that a small but enthusiastic market is definitely there for a film-based magazine. Not only are there tons of APUG users, but it was also the subject of some recent talk on the Film Photography Podcast.
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    Agreed with VC and the digi. Although, they still have some good technical meterial and have provided a lot of inspiring photography, from what I have actually been able to see of it.
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    My comments re VC apply to B&W as well. I was so happy when I found that mag. That lasted a year or so, then my elation deflated along with analog photos per dollar spent. You'd think there would be a market for another Emulsion but nobody is brave enough to take the leap.

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    Agreed Ted.

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