PHOTOGRAPH, Issue 7
Issue 7 of PHOTOGRAPH, the Craft & Vision digital magazine for creative photographers is now out, and it’s stunning! I know, I’m easily excited but the team has done a really beautiful job.
Portfolios from David Baker (you have to see his Sea Fever work, it’s gorgeous!) Michelle Morris Denniston (she’s on the cover) Mitchell Kanashkevich (stunning work from Vanuatu) and Dave Morrow (beautiful nightscapes). The Featured Article is from Bret Edge, and the usual columnists are here, including Bruce Percy’s Natural Light column and John Paul Caponigro’s Creative Composition, but we’re also thrilled to welcome Guy Tal on board as well. Guy is one of my favourite writers about photography and having him work with us is very exciting and makes an already excellent magazine even better.
PHOTOGRAPH is 175 spreads. It’s really, really large. And it’s beautiful. And apart from a heartfelt thanks to Gura Gear, who sponsored this issue, it’s completely ad free.
NO DISCOUNT CODE REQUIRED
PHOTOGRAPH Issue 7 is CAD $8.00 but purchase before May 11 at 11:59 PM (PST) and you’ll save 20% – you will pay just $6.40 We’ve put this issue on sale and therefore no discount code is required.
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