Craft & Vision PHOTOGRAPH No.6 is Out!

PHOTOGRAPH No.6

Craft & Vision PHOTOGRAPH No.6 is Out!

The incredible ad-free quarterly digital magazine PHOTOGRAPH from Craft & Vision is now on sale!

Issue 6 includes three portfolios and Q+As from Hal Eastman, Scott Rinckenberger, and Nathan Wirth, all of them full of breathtaking photography and thoughtful interviews about why and how they do their work.

All the regular columnists continue to write from their hearts: John Paul Caponigro, Bruce Percy, Chris Orwig, Adam Blasberg, Piet Van den Eynde, and yours truly Martin Bailey have written articles about composition, creativity, studio lighting, camera craft, printing, and post-production. As usual, I’m proud to be a contributor to this fantastic issue. 140 great ad-free pages filled with inspiration and education for creative photographers.

Get your copy over on the Craft & Vision Web site now!

PHOTOGRAPH No.6

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