Got any photography magazines to recommend??


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Hi guys. Hope u guys almost have a good weekend. ;)

Just to enquire on photography magazines. Do u guys read up on magazines as well?? how about any magazines to introduce for an amateur like me. ;)
thanks butties for your time.
 

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Hi guys. Hope u guys almost have a good weekend. ;)

Just to enquire on photography magazines. Do u guys read up on magazines as well?? how about any magazines to introduce for an amateur like me. ;)
thanks butties for your time.
What are you taking? Macro? Landscape? Travel? Streets? Portraits and models? Nature?
 

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like maybe. beginner to DSLR-photography for me? taking good shots, ISO settings, focusing and etc stuffs. any particular stuffs i shd look into??
I suggest you go down to Borders(Wheelock Place)and take ALL of their photography magazines and take a seat and slowly read thru them:)
 

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practical photography. Its a UK magazine.

how i define a good magazine? Lesser ads, more articles from professional photographers. :)
 

ahbian

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ahhh... ty ahbian. :)
hmmm... how about u? do u read up as well? and which?
I don't have any specific preferences, I would pop by the library and see what they have (usually Popular Photography and Practical Photography).

I think one of them (Popular Photography?) has a section in which readers submit their shots and the editors would critique on them on how show how to improve- post processing wise, cropping etc. I found this section particularly useful.
 

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Instead of magazines, you should be picking up some books instead. Go to riceball books at parkway parade basement. Check out some of the beginner books. As well as a guide book to your specific camera model.
 

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I suggest you go down to Borders(Wheelock Place)and take ALL of their photography magazines and take a seat and slowly read thru them:)
Sugget to read freely ?
You spread a bad influence to the young photographers :sweat:
 

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Instead of magazines, you should be picking up some books instead. Go to riceball books at parkway parade basement. Check out some of the beginner books. As well as a guide book to your specific camera model.
Agree with DD123. Instead of magazines, which generally presume a certain level of competency, try some of the books like Scott Kelby's The Digital Photography Book series.
 

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try Digital Camera magazine..$6.50 in sg n RM9 in MY...:)

see liao make u wanna BBB more.:bsmilie:
 

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Instead of magazines, you should be picking up some books instead. Go to riceball books at parkway parade basement. Check out some of the beginner books. As well as a guide book to your specific camera model.
what kinda books do u suggest?? riceball books also has an outlet at funan??
 

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what kinda books do u suggest?? riceball books also has an outlet at funan??
The Digital Photography Book, Vol 1-3, Scott Kelby.

Understanding Exposure, Bryan Peterson

(Field) Guide to <your camera model here>, tons of these around.
 

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