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blurboiboi

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Hi, anyone subscribed to any mags from overseas??.. any recommendations??... juz terminated my reader digest sub... looking around for new mag to subscribe.... hee
 

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PhotoVideoi, cheap and good :) As well as Digital Photo, Digital Photographer and Practical Photography, from Allscript..

blurboiboi said:
Hi, anyone subscribed to any mags from overseas??.. any recommendations??... juz terminated my reader digest sub... looking around for new mag to subscribe.... hee
 

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Photo Techniques USA, View Camera, Camera Arts, and Lenswork.

Popular Photography :thumbsd:. Too much ads and too bias.
 

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Practical Photography from the UK would get my vote or if you prefer something with slightly more on Photoshop, Digital Camera.
 

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Popular Photography :thumbsd:. Too much ads and too bias.
but personally i think it's better than Amateur photographer, two of the more updated magazine in the library. And definitely dun mind if it's only S$2 a copy! Other imported magazines are simply too ex to buy every mth.
 

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I generally don't find those British photography magazines worth reading. Too much 'reviews' and "X brand vs. Y brand". They are more like marketing media for camera manufacturers. In the end, I seriously don't find myself learning anything about photography. Except, probably, the next camera to buy is Y brand D4000x.
 

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Shutterbug and Popular Photography - Depends whether there's something interesting it in...
 

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Lens Work if you are into fine art, Outdoor Photographer if you are into landscape.
 

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At the moment... Practical Photography gets my vote.
 

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I get my monthly dose of Practical Photography from Basheer at $11 (if you subscribe to a year's supply) or $12 if off their rack. It's still cheaper from normal news stand which are selling at $13.50 - $14.50
 

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where is basheer?

Xing said:
I get my monthly dose of Practical Photography from Basheer at $11 (if you subscribe to a year's supply) or $12 if off their rack. It's still cheaper from normal news stand which are selling at $13.50 - $14.50
 

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I generally don't find those British photography magazines worth reading. Too much 'reviews' and "X brand vs. Y brand". They are more like marketing media for camera manufacturers. In the end, I seriously don't find myself learning anything about photography. Except, probably, the next camera to buy is Y brand D4000x.
Actually the British Digital Camera Magazine has scant reviews -- the majority of it is photography techniques and how-tos. Very valuable I've found.
 

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