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    Lenswork is printed here in Vancouver, BC, in case that influences anyone's decisions.

    As to why it costs more to subscribe to it if you are Canadian - ???????
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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    I would subscribe to Lenswork if the format were large instead of tiny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    I don't buy magazines any more they are full of articles about digital photography that I'm not interested in, I prefer to buy photographic books about the branches of photography that I am interested in, because there's much more hard information in them than you get in magazines
    I'm the same way.

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    I buy "Lenswork" from an awesome photo gallery called "Luz" here in Victoria..I also am a diehard "B&W Photography" collector...the one from England...

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    I don't buy magazines any more they are full of articles about digital photography that I'm not interested in, I prefer to buy photographic books about the branches of photography that I am interested in, because there's much more hard information in them than you get in magazines
    That is what I would have posted, if I were to post on this thread.

    Way Beyond Monochrome, second edition comes to mind. [Another shameless plug for Ralph's book].

    But I am not posting anything on this thread.

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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    I've got an old collection of mags from pre-digital times which are still fun to look through. Current day though, after many, MANY years of being anti-mags (mostly the same reasons as you all) I currently have an electronic subscription to View Camera, and a hard-copy subscription to Silvershotz. The regular editions show some very interesting work in predominantly analogue, as well as informative articles relevant to any artist today (last issue went through maintaining a good online presence), portfolio editions are a fantastic collection of some amazing works and are really great to see what other people are up to in the world. I find they're also very honest, ie, rather than everyone in their portfolio collection being referred to as 'photographer', 'pro-photographer' etc, they will present artists in a more real-life, accessible way: "Simon is a primary school teacher with a passion for native wildlife and makes use of his loner holidays to bushwalk and photograph."
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    Jacques is a new old-school gents magazine that, apart from some stunning photography, uses film with no retouching. It's interesting--in numerous ways:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/03/fa...agazine&st=cse

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