Where did proper photo magazines go? There’s one still standing! Cameracraft is a substantial read with superb images and repro. It’s not an obscure art fest either. Every two months it’s a shot of inspiration, with solid technical content, and it’s written by experts not interns.
Over a century since the original San Francisco Camera Craft, and over thirty years since David Kilpatrick launched Icon Publications’ PHOTOpro, Cameracraft sets a standard big commercial publishing groups just can’t match. Here’s a comment from Niall Benvie, featured in Issue 33 – “I’m really impressed with the repro – better than in anything other than Naturfoto from Tecklenborg.” It’s aimed at enthusiasts, freelances, students, aspiring and working professionals.
Cameracraft is not available in shops. It is mailed exclusively to subscribers. Although there is advertising in the magazine, this does not drive the content – 80% of the magazine’s budget comes from subscriptions, it is published for the readers and you are our ‘angels’!
Cameracraft is a top quality A4 magazine printed to art book quality with a matt laminated cover and perfect bound flat spine. Posting a single copy by Royal Mail to some countries can cost over £10. Subscriptions whether overseas or UK are all now despatched by Royal Mail and start with the latest issue in print, or the next if due very shortly.
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Holds 12 of the original series, or eight of the current larger editions. Black textured finish, marbled inner, cord spine binder mechanism, metallic silver embossed Cameracraft logo. Prices include VAT where applicable, and postage, untracked.
Cameracraft the original quarterly
Icon’s exclusive quarterly magazine, Cameracraft ran from 2012 to 2015. You can read a complete digital three year 528-page volume of Cameracraft now for a one-off payment of just £10 on YUDU: