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Black+White Photography Magazine February 2013 Back Issue

English 308 Reviews   •  English   •   Art & Photography (Photography) Only $4.99
Find your photographic self as we welcome new series, Many Ways of Seeing by Eddie Ephraums; take inspiration from another era as Colin Ford looks at the work of influential Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron; and relive a life changing photograph with the effervescent Tim Clinch.
Jonathan Stead gives us images to ponder in his moving series documenting dementia, while Charlie Hopkinson ventures into the wonderful world of allotmenteers with a 6x8 camera and our rummagings through the phenomenal National Media Museum archives lead us to consider the theme of death in early photography.
If you want your images to be appreciated people need to see them and we’ve got 30 tips for social media success to get you on your way. Up and coming photographer Mark Steinmetz looks back at lazy summer days, Lee Frost is also pining for the sun as he brings us top tips for planning a photography holiday and Alan Henriksen takes up the B+W hot seat to talk seaweed, san fleas and rubber bands!
We learn how to make a slideshow the Lightroom way, Nikon’s full frame D600 comes under scrutiny in our camera test and we checkout the best display calibration tools for your screen.
Plus, news, exhibitions, our 45th book makes it onto the shelves of our classic library, your monthly photographic challenge and our favourite readers’ images.
Don't miss our Holidays & Courses Guide Book 2013 at the end of this issue.
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Black+White Photography

February 2013 Find your photographic self as we welcome new series, Many Ways of Seeing by Eddie Ephraums; take inspiration from another era as Colin Ford looks at the work of influential Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron; and relive a life changing photograph with the effervescent Tim Clinch. Jonathan Stead gives us images to ponder in his moving series documenting dementia, while Charlie Hopkinson ventures into the wonderful world of allotmenteers with a 6x8 camera and our rummagings through the phenomenal National Media Museum archives lead us to consider the theme of death in early photography. If you want your images to be appreciated people need to see them and we’ve got 30 tips for social media success to get you on your way. Up and coming photographer Mark Steinmetz looks back at lazy summer days, Lee Frost is also pining for the sun as he brings us top tips for planning a photography holiday and Alan Henriksen takes up the B+W hot seat to talk seaweed, san fleas and rubber bands! We learn how to make a slideshow the Lightroom way, Nikon’s full frame D600 comes under scrutiny in our camera test and we checkout the best display calibration tools for your screen. Plus, news, exhibitions, our 45th book makes it onto the shelves of our classic library, your monthly photographic challenge and our favourite readers’ images. Don't miss our Holidays & Courses Guide Book 2013 at the end of this issue.


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Find your photographic self as we welcome new series, Many Ways of Seeing by Eddie Ephraums; take inspiration from another era as Colin Ford looks at the work of influential Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron; and relive a life changing photograph with the effervescent Tim Clinch.
Jonathan Stead gives us images to ponder in his moving series documenting dementia, while Charlie Hopkinson ventures into the wonderful world of allotmenteers with a 6x8 camera and our rummagings through the phenomenal National Media Museum archives lead us to consider the theme of death in early photography.
If you want your images to be appreciated people need to see them and we’ve got 30 tips for social media success to get you on your way. Up and coming photographer Mark Steinmetz looks back at lazy summer days, Lee Frost is also pining for the sun as he brings us top tips for planning a photography holiday and Alan Henriksen takes up the B+W hot seat to talk seaweed, san fleas and rubber bands!
We learn how to make a slideshow the Lightroom way, Nikon’s full frame D600 comes under scrutiny in our camera test and we checkout the best display calibration tools for your screen.
Plus, news, exhibitions, our 45th book makes it onto the shelves of our classic library, your monthly photographic challenge and our favourite readers’ images.
Don't miss our Holidays & Courses Guide Book 2013 at the end of this issue.
read more read less
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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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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