Announcing PHOTOGRAPH – A Digital Quarterly Magazine for Creative Photographers

by Klaus on November 1, 2012

in Hot Offers & Discounts, Photography, Photography

Craft & Vision are thrilled to announce PHOTOGRAPH, a digital quarterly magazine for creative photographers. They have been working hard for several months to create something exceptional: a gorgeous, ad-free, magazine full of great photographs from exceptional photographers, and articles from photographers and authors like Chris Orwig, John Paul Caponigro, Martin Bailey, and Piet Van den Eynde, photographers who understand that this is not only a technical pursuit but an artistic one and write as much from the heart as they do from their expertise. It has columns about printing, composition, post-processing, inspiration, editing, and yes, even gear.

Issue One is their inaugural issue and includes featured portfolios and interviews with Art Wolfe, Bruce Percy, and Nate Parker, as well as articles from David duChemin, Andrew Gibson, Nicole S. Young, John Paul Caponigro, Martin Bailey, Al Smith, Jay Goodrich, Piet Van den Eynde, Younes Bounhar, Kevin Clark, and Chris Orwig. Curious about what’s inside? Download the table of contents.

You can purchase Issue One of PHOTOGRAPH for USD $8 by clicking any image above, or by visiting Craft & Vision. As with everything from Craft & Vision, they aim to knock the content out of the ballpark and do so at exceptional value. So they are also offering a one-year subscription for $USD 24 – that’s four issues for the price of three. And because they rather you have a chance to do this risk free, you can buy Issue One for $8 and, for a limited time, buy the rest of the subscription ($16) once you’ve had a chance to read Issue One. Everybody who purchases Issue One will receive an e-mail with the offer and they will have until the end of November 2012 to opt-in to the rest of the one-year subscription.

“I really believe the best way to learn photography is to study exceptional photographs, and to listen to voices that not only know the craft, but practice the art of photography. I hope PHOTOGRAPH inspires you the way it has already inspired us.” – David duChemin

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Terry November 8, 2012 at 13:03

There’s been such an influx of new photography magazines I’m beginning to lose track. 9 out of 10 seem to fall within the first 3 months. Marketing issues? Or market oversaturation?

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