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f2 Cameracraft Magazine July 2013 Vol 7 No 5 Back Issue

View Reviews   |   Write Review Only €3,99 f2 Cameracraft from Pocketmags brings you the latest new Cameracraft issues six times a year - plus back issues of f2, f2 Cameracraft and the original quarterly Cameracraft. .. read more

Cameracraft is published six times a year as a premium quality print edition with a cover price of £8.50, available only by direct subscription or membership of The Guild of Photographers. We are pleased to make it available here as an electronic edition without high postage costs.

Cameracraft is edited and produced by David Kilpatrick. It features original portfolios, interviews and profiles, equipment tests and reviews, news, techniques and ideas to improve your creative photography or your photographic business.  read less
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f2 Cameracraft  |  July 2013 Vol 7 No 5  


Social Media is crucially important to every working freelance. In this month’s Special Feature, Social Media Uncovered, we reveal working pros approaches and the ways they boost their businesses through it, to reach the widest potential audience.
In The f2 Profile we feature top advertising and portrait freelance Seamus Ryan, who manages that sometimes tricky business of successfully balancing a commercial and editorial career as well as retaining a social photographic practice. Food freelance Lauren Mclean is Turning Pro and she discusses her plans to conquer the king of food clients – Marks and Spencer. .. read more
In The Business Section we showcase top Asian wedding specialist Simeon Quarrie, who talks about his unique, highest production values, narrative style, and the challenges he faces stepping out into the commercial world. Auto-specialist George Williams has high profile clients such as Toyota, McLaren and Top Gear magazine; and he’s not yet 21. We talk to him about his unique style, and the road to achieving success so young.
In Second Shooters, Employees and the Law, insurance expert Nik Stewart talks to David Land about the importance of correct insurance when employing a second shooter, and what constitutes an employee in the eyes of the law.
In The Technical Section, Kevin Carter compares Nikon’s D7100 with the D7000 and the D300, and asks is this the future for DX cameras? Meanwhile, Adam Woolfitt takes a first look at the new beta for Adobe Lightroom 5.  read less
f2 Cameracraft from Pocketmags brings you the latest new Cameracraft issues six times a year - plus back issues of f2, f2 Cameracraft and the original quarterly Cameracraft.

Cameracraft is published six times a year as a premium quality print edition with a cover price of £8.50, available only by direct subscription or membership of The Guild of Photographers. We are pleased to make it available here as an electronic edition without high postage costs.

Cameracraft is edited and produced by David Kilpatrick. It features original portfolios, interviews and profiles, equipment tests and reviews, news, techniques and ideas to improve your creative photography or your photographic business.
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