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f2 Freelance Photographer  |  December 2013 Vol 7 No 9  


Special Feature: With the onset of winter, Gavin Stoker talks to five top freelances about the way the changing seasons affect their various practices

f2 Profile: Food and celebrity freelance David Loftus was at the height of his career as an illustrator when he gave it all up to become a photographer. He talks to David Land about how he got into food photography, building his new career and his enduring relationship with Jamie Oliver

The Business Section: Derby-based freelance Ashley Franklin decided to pursue a new career in photography after 22 years in radio broadcasting. He tells f2 about the importance of marketing, photographing the Queen, and the many avenues of work to be found for a freelance based outside London.
Alison Baskerville spent 13 years in the military before pursuing a career in photography. She speaks to f2 about balancing commercial and editorial work.
Lake District-based social and commercial freelance Tiree Dawson shot about 35 weddings in the last year, and undertakes commissions for a range of clients, such as locally based ethical baby clothing supplier Superlove, the Holbeck Ghyll Hotel with its Michelin-starred dining, the Beatrix Potter Tea Rooms in Windermere, and Cumbria Woodlands. She tells f2 how her background in marketing has empowered her to succeed as a photographer

Turning Pro: With a career in IT before taking the leap to becoming a professional photographer, portrait freelance Barrie Spence tells f2 about how Lightroom gave him the confidence to move forward, and the marketing challenges involved in balancing bumps and babies with boudoir and nudes.

Technical Section: Adam Woolfitt tries out Sigma’s ground-breaking 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM “Art Series” lens for APS-C DSLRs – the world's first constant f/1.8 zoom.
Having shot video professionally on DSLRs for some time, Will Hutchinson checks out the HD video friendly Canon EOS 70D
f2 is the essential magazine for anyone interesting in turning their photographic skills into income, whether as a full-time career or a revenue stream to enhance lifestyle and financial independence.

f2 Freelance Photographer is published six times a year as a premium quality print edition weighing over 330g with a cover price of £4.95 (as of April 2014). Each single issue with 68 pages on luxury book-grade paper costs over £7.50 to post to the USA or Australia. We are pleased to make it available here as an electronic edition to extend our reaership worldwide without the high postage costs required for a publication of this type.

f2 was founded in 2004 by David Kilpatrick, who has taken over the magazine again from April 2014 after seven years with a different publisher, and invested in a major upgrade to the quality and content. Issues after April 2014 are significantly different from those before, which you can still obtain as back issues. The new content is more varied and less predictable, with a wide range of topical reports on freelancing, the stock photo business, profiles and portfolios, an open gallery, success stories… even the occasional failure story… expert equipment reviews which are not ‘tests’ but advice on performance and practical use.

A typical issue of f2 contains 30-35,000 words and over 150 images. It doesn’t just feel like a book, it’s got as much content as a book!
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f2 Freelance Photographer   |   December 2013 Vol 7 No 9   


Special Feature: With the onset of winter, Gavin Stoker talks to five top freelances about the way the changing seasons affect their various practices

f2 Profile: Food and celebrity freelance David Loftus was at the height of his career as an illustrator when he gave it all up to become a photographer. He talks to David Land about how he got into food photography, building his new career and his enduring relationship with Jamie Oliver

The Business Section: Derby-based freelance Ashley Franklin decided to pursue a new career in photography after 22 years in radio broadcasting. He tells f2 about the importance of marketing, photographing the Queen, and the many avenues of work to be found for a freelance based outside London.
Alison Baskerville spent 13 years in the military before pursuing a career in photography. She speaks to f2 about balancing commercial and editorial work.
Lake District-based social and commercial freelance Tiree Dawson shot about 35 weddings in the last year, and undertakes commissions for a range of clients, such as locally based ethical baby clothing supplier Superlove, the Holbeck Ghyll Hotel with its Michelin-starred dining, the Beatrix Potter Tea Rooms in Windermere, and Cumbria Woodlands. She tells f2 how her background in marketing has empowered her to succeed as a photographer

Turning Pro: With a career in IT before taking the leap to becoming a professional photographer, portrait freelance Barrie Spence tells f2 about how Lightroom gave him the confidence to move forward, and the marketing challenges involved in balancing bumps and babies with boudoir and nudes.

Technical Section: Adam Woolfitt tries out Sigma’s ground-breaking 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM “Art Series” lens for APS-C DSLRs – the world's first constant f/1.8 zoom.
Having shot video professionally on DSLRs for some time, Will Hutchinson checks out the HD video friendly Canon EOS 70D
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year f2 Freelance Photographer magazine print subscription.
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