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Which magazines do you buy ?

lgc 13 62 England
3 Oct 2006 6:38PM
I buy Fluir surf magazine, as I want to see how the Graphic designer has messed up my foto this month for Cyclones advert and also to see what type of photographs are selling in the surf world!

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chrisw 14 129
3 Oct 2006 7:27PM
Good thread.

I used to buy PP and PM religiously, but it's true that they're both guilty of (a)being too seasonal, and (b)repeating themselves ad nauseam. I do get Digital Camera a fair bit though. I think it's a little more constructive.
Paul Morgan 17 19.1k 6 England
3 Oct 2006 9:12PM
I used to buy AP every week 25 years ago, but since getting back into photography I can`t be bothered any more. These days if I need anything I`ll just do a search on the net. A lot of articles, camera reviews are available in pdf these days.

Nigel_95 Plus
12 262 2 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2006 10:48PM
I read AP and the EOS magazine.

4 Oct 2006 7:40AM
PP... now only sometimes as the same features seem to appear all the time - most of them have a landscape theme.

PM - Better than PP, but I think needs a bit of a kick to get back in line tho'. Its becoming a bit like PP.

Digital Photographer - Good mag, well written, covers a wide range of photographic subjects and is not obsessesd with lansdacape photography.

AP - Buy it every week and have done for god knows how long.

Master Photo Digital - the bi-monthly mag that MPA members get. Like this a lot.

Classic Rock - because I do \M/

Kerrang! - when nobody else is in the newsagents.

Q Magazine - My wife likes me getting this mag as it keeps me quiet for ages.

I do like me mags....!
raziel_uk 14 4.9k
4 Oct 2006 7:46AM
For general magazines, the only ones I buy on a regular basis are:

Fortune (on subscrption)
Wisden Cricketer (possibly subscribe soon).

I buy the occasional computer games magazine or internet mag, but like others have said about the photo orientated ones, only when they have articles that interest me (and even then I will probably see if they have the same article on their website first).
Geoffphoto 12 13.5k United Kingdom
4 Oct 2006 7:58AM

Quote:Classic Rock - because I do \M/

Kerrang! - when nobody else is in the newsagents.

Q Magazine - My wife likes me getting this mag as it keeps me quiet for ages.

You are a top man !!!
cult 13 75 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2006 8:30AM
Digital Photo and on occasion Practical photography.

Metal Hammer & Kerrang.

Razzle. Purley for photography value of course Wink
IanFlindt 13 740 21 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2006 3:30PM
I've heard that Digital Camera magazine is an exceptionally fine publication, not least because of the remarkable quality of readers' contributed images. I'm therefore going to buy three copies this month and would strongly recommend everyone else does the same.

Kris_Dutson 15 8.2k 1 England
4 Oct 2006 7:03PM
ZenTog 16 7.9k 1 England
4 Oct 2006 7:04PM
EX bet hes bought back street heroes at some time
Kris_Dutson 15 8.2k 1 England
4 Oct 2006 7:08PM
Oh yes but mainly Bike mag 'cos my of my hero.

Westers 13 3.9k 1 Burkina Faso
4 Oct 2006 7:41PM
I bought "Iron Horse" (US Custom bike mag) whilst on holiday this year mainly to laugh at Chopper fans, but by the time I finished reading it I had a strange attraction to choppers styled on the original badass 1960's bikes.

Mind you, I then bought Performance Bikes when I got back (first time in a couple of years) and instantly got the horn for every modern 600/1000 Sportsbike out there...apart from Kawasaki's.

Edit: You only bought BSH 'cos of the birds...
c_evans99 14 7.0k 1 Wales
4 Oct 2006 7:45PM
For the love of God don't buy 'Gardners' Monthly'
andytvcams 15 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2006 7:49PM
Their is only one.

Outdoor Photographer ...


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