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05/07/2006 03:31:09 PM · #1
I am looking to subscribe to a good photography magazine where I can hopefully learn some semi- or advanced photoshop techniques, and perhaps a review or other interesting article. If it was directed at a professional photographer I think that would be good.

Anyone have any magazines they subscribe to or have read that they recommend?

I have looked a bit at professional photographer from the UK. it seems like a good mag, but no tutorials, however interesting articles. I have just purchased a digital camera magazine, and it has a few good tutorials, however they seem rather basic and are directed towards a crowd using elements with little photoshop knowledge.... I would like something a little more in depth perhaps.
05/07/2006 03:34:40 PM · #2
I have a subscription to Popular Photography and Imaging. I like it alot but I'm sure there are others out there.

05/07/2006 03:37:14 PM · #3
This isn't a magazine, but you should check out the video podcast call Photoshop TV. They come out with a new podcast every week. They have some very interesting tutorials, news, and giveaways.
And it's totally free!

Message edited by author 2006-05-07 15:37:46.
05/07/2006 03:39:01 PM · #4
anyone have reviews of NAPP magazine "photoshop user"
website link
05/07/2006 05:11:41 PM · #5
others? there must be some people here buying magazines?
05/07/2006 05:19:47 PM · #6
So I get Shutterbug, Popular Photography, Outdoor Photographer & American Photo.

Shutterbug and Popular Photograhy are good for overall "what's new in equipment", and some Photoshop tips & tricks.

If you are into landscapes and animal shots, Outdoor photographer is a very good overall magazine, with more articles than advertising (at least more than Shutterbug, which is almost all advertising).

I JUST starting getting American Photo and so far really like it. Great combination of photos, techniques, and reviews - so far, much more for the advanced photographer.

I believe the one you linked below (photoshop user) has Scott Kelby as the editor. I think that one would be your best bet for photoshop techniques. Although I do not have a subscription, I have heard good things about it.

Message edited by author 2006-05-07 17:21:37.
05/08/2006 05:42:28 PM · #7
sorry if some people are getting sick of this post, but I am still eager to hear more opinions so I thought i would bump it one last time for the monday magazine readers.
05/08/2006 05:49:11 PM · #8
I like Digital Photo Pro, RangeFinder and Professional Photographer (which you get as a member of Pro. Photogs of America)
05/08/2006 05:52:52 PM · #9
my favorite magazine is rangefinder

besides that... i get it free..

Message edited by author 2006-05-08 20:24:24.
05/08/2006 05:56:31 PM · #10
I get Professional Photographer (UK version). Digital Photographer has some good tutorials, as well as good articles. Photoshop Creative is good for general photoshop use, but aimed more at digital art in general.
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