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PHOTOGRAPH issue two

Craft & Vision have just released the second issue of PHOTOGRAPH magazine. There are interviews with photographers Andy Biggs, Chris Orwig and Martin Bailey plus articles from authors such as John Paul Caponigro, Piet Van den Eynde and of course David duChemin.

For me the strength of the magazine is with the interviews and the insights they reveal into the photographic process. Chris Orwig’s is the highlight for me as he talks about authenticity in portraiture and how he worked his way through a creative rut – topics close to my heart. Plus, his black and white portraits are stunning.

PHOTOGRAPH issue two spreads

The layout, as always with Craft & Vision products, is beautiful and there is a ton of information and some superb images packed into the 120 or so pages.

PHOTOGRAPH is available now through Craft & Vision, as a PDF download, for US$8. Or you can subscribe to four issues for US$24, which means you get one free. The magazine is a quarterly, so that’s an annual subscription (you’ll see the subscription option when you click on the link).

Photo gallery

Here are some more spreads from the magazine so you can see what you’re getting. Nice!

PHOTOGRAPH issue two spreads


PHOTOGRAPH issue two spreads

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