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PHOTOGRAPH

Announcing PHOTOGRAPH! The New Magazine from Craft & Vision

A Chat Really Right Stuff's Joe Johnson Jr. (Podcast 352)
PHOTOGRAPH, The Print and the Process, and Hokkaido, with David duChemin (Podcast 353)

Today is a big day for the photography community, because Craft & Vision just announced a brand new quarterly magazine, and you are going to love it! The first issue features portfolios and interviews with Art Wolfe, Bruce Percy, and Nate Parker, as well as articles from David duChemin, Andrew Gibson, Nicole S. Young, John Paul Caponigro, Al Smith, Jay Goodrich, Piet Van den Eynde, Younes Bounhar, Kevin Clark and Chris Orwig. I’m honored to also have a regular column along side these great photographers.

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You can buy the first issue for $8 or subscribe to the first year’s four issues for just $24 with the link below issue one after the jump. Essentially you get one issue free if you subscribe for the year. Believe me, this is the best $24 you’ll spend this year. The magazine is full of information on the art and craft of photography, and is laid out beautifully, in true Craft & Vision style.

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A Chat Really Right Stuff's Joe Johnson Jr. (Podcast 352)
PHOTOGRAPH, The Print and the Process, and Hokkaido, with David duChemin (Podcast 353)
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