Top 10 Photography Magazines
This is the UK's biggest photography magazine, providing you with the very best techniques, advice and images from the photography world.
Digital Photographer Magazine is the ultimate monthly photography magazine focusing on the continually evolving quality and scope of today’s digital marketplace. Aimed towards digital photography enthusiasts and professionals.
Aperture is a quarterly magazine showcasing the finest in creative photography from acclaimed masters of the new talent.
Practical Photography magazine is the perfect read for anyone wanting to get more from their DSLR. It teaches you all the camera skills you need, inspires creativity, and keeps you informed of the latest photo geat launches. It's an ideal magazine for anyone who is passionate about photography.
5. Hot Shoe
Hot Shoe is Europe’s leading contemporary photographic magazine showcasing the best of established and up-and-coming photographic talent across a wide range of photographic genres.
The British Journal of Photography contains features, profiles, equipment reviews, classifieds, a discussion forum, technical tips, and, of course, lots of photographs.
Aimed at digital enthusiasts and professional photographers, Digital Photographer features the latest high-end kit reviews, expert interviews, practical shooting advice and image-editing tutorials to help you become a better photographer.
“If you have an EOS camera, whether you are a first-time buyer or an experienced user, we will help you master the camera controls and improve your pictures. Every 84-page issue of EOS magazine is packed with techniques, know-how, advice and inspirational images, all tailored to your EOS camera”
“Shutterbug is a photo magazine for advance amateur and professional photographers. Sections include techniques features, equipment reviews, electronic imaging and video, classic collectibles, plus darkroom articles and Help!, a question and answer column.”
“Black and white photography magazine. Includes developments in photography, an opening shot, information on the market scene, a visual section, the printed page section, special features, photographer spotlights, positive and negative section, exposure section, book reviews, and a closing shot.”