Quote Originally Posted by TEX View Post
I would agree with Richard on this. The Black & White magazine started out as mainly film based is now almost entirely digital orientated, I expect that's market they have to aim for in order to survive. The printing of the photo's within all seem to be variations of sepia tone, it is as if they are unable to print in straight black and white anymore. Save your money and buy photo books instead.
I used to get it, now I get Ag which actually publishes a wide range of work in both b+w and colour-oh and it actually credits its readers with a bit of intelligence. As far as learning about technique goes, get a few decent books, such as The Craft of Photography [David Vestal] and The Darkroom Cookbook.