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Black+White Photography Magazine July 2013 Back Issue

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Join us this month as we report on the remarkable story of Giles Duley, a photojournalist who suffered the devastating effects of war firsthand when he stepped on a landmine; prepare to enter a surreal and deeply personal world with a unique collaboration between photographer Clare Park, Parkinson’s patient Buz Williams and his wife Debbie Green; and see what three intrepid readers achieved when we let them loose in the wilds of Hastings with only their iPhones for company.
It’s time to master the fundamentals with our in-depth guide to aperture, while Tim Daly embraces his inner painter as he looks at Gum Bichromate printing and we discover how to combat lens barreling using Lightroom.
Combining a strong environmental message with photography’s past, we look at the resourceful and ingenious work of David Emitt Adams. Also reclaiming forgotten gems, Colin Harding tells the story of Clementine, Lady Hawarden – a Victorian photographer once thought to be the equal of Julia Margaret Cameron. Tim Clinch makes the case for owning your visual clichés as he tackles the difficulties of editing your own work.
Reflecting on his investigations into how our camera choice shapes the way we see the world, Eddie Ephraums probes further, asking if any camera is able to prompt a re-evaluation of our outlook. Meanwhile, we put Fuji’s high-powered, classically styled X-Pro1 to the test, round-up the latest cool photography kit on the market and checkout six off the best roller bags for your gear.
Plus, news, reviews, exhibitions, your monthly photographic challenge, our favourite readers’ images and we bid a fond farewell to Building A Classic Library with one final addition from Imogen Cunningham.
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July 2013 Join us this month as we report on the remarkable story of Giles Duley, a photojournalist who suffered the devastating effects of war firsthand when he stepped on a landmine; prepare to enter a surreal and deeply personal world with a unique collaboration between photographer Clare Park, Parkinson’s patient Buz Williams and his wife Debbie Green; and see what three intrepid readers achieved when we let them loose in the wilds of Hastings with only their iPhones for company. It’s time to master the fundamentals with our in-depth guide to aperture, while Tim Daly embraces his inner painter as he looks at Gum Bichromate printing and we discover how to combat lens barreling using Lightroom. Combining a strong environmental message with photography’s past, we look at the resourceful and ingenious work of David Emitt Adams. Also reclaiming forgotten gems, Colin Harding tells the story of Clementine, Lady Hawarden – a Victorian photographer once thought to be the equal of Julia Margaret Cameron. Tim Clinch makes the case for owning your visual clichés as he tackles the difficulties of editing your own work. Reflecting on his investigations into how our camera choice shapes the way we see the world, Eddie Ephraums probes further, asking if any camera is able to prompt a re-evaluation of our outlook. Meanwhile, we put Fuji’s high-powered, classically styled X-Pro1 to the test, round-up the latest cool photography kit on the market and checkout six off the best roller bags for your gear. Plus, news, reviews, exhibitions, your monthly photographic challenge, our favourite readers’ images and we bid a fond farewell to Building A Classic Library with one final addition from Imogen Cunningham.


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Join us this month as we report on the remarkable story of Giles Duley, a photojournalist who suffered the devastating effects of war firsthand when he stepped on a landmine; prepare to enter a surreal and deeply personal world with a unique collaboration between photographer Clare Park, Parkinson’s patient Buz Williams and his wife Debbie Green; and see what three intrepid readers achieved when we let them loose in the wilds of Hastings with only their iPhones for company.
It’s time to master the fundamentals with our in-depth guide to aperture, while Tim Daly embraces his inner painter as he looks at Gum Bichromate printing and we discover how to combat lens barreling using Lightroom.
Combining a strong environmental message with photography’s past, we look at the resourceful and ingenious work of David Emitt Adams. Also reclaiming forgotten gems, Colin Harding tells the story of Clementine, Lady Hawarden – a Victorian photographer once thought to be the equal of Julia Margaret Cameron. Tim Clinch makes the case for owning your visual clichés as he tackles the difficulties of editing your own work.
Reflecting on his investigations into how our camera choice shapes the way we see the world, Eddie Ephraums probes further, asking if any camera is able to prompt a re-evaluation of our outlook. Meanwhile, we put Fuji’s high-powered, classically styled X-Pro1 to the test, round-up the latest cool photography kit on the market and checkout six off the best roller bags for your gear.
Plus, news, reviews, exhibitions, your monthly photographic challenge, our favourite readers’ images and we bid a fond farewell to Building A Classic Library with one final addition from Imogen Cunningham.
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Black+White Photography is the champion of the B&W image. The magazine features stunning contemporary images from some of the finest names in black & white. As well techniques and tips, product news and reviews, every issue provides opportunities for readers to have their work published and to benefit from a variety of competitions and workshops. Black+White Photography is considered a ‘must read’ for anyone interested or working in the creative world of B&W imaging in the UK.

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Very good magazine in need of some fresh perspectives

For the most part, I find B/W Photography Magazine essential reading: well-written; informative and with a good balance between different styles and methods. I especially like features about photographers and their work, the news and the book section.

I have one reservation. Apart from Lee Frost, I no longer read any of the staff writer/photographers. I feel that it is time for some fresh ideas and new perspectives.
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