About Icon Publications Ltd

Icon Publications Ltd
Maxwell Place
Maxwell Lane
Kelso
Scottish Borders TD5 7BB
Tel 01573 226032
email: [email protected]

Icon Publications Ltd was founded in 1987 by David & Shirley Kilpatrick to publish photographic magazines and has done so ever since. Icon currently publishes Cameracraft which joins forces with The Guild of Photographers as from September 2017.

PhotoclubAlpha is our website for owners of the Sony Alpha and former Minolta/Konica-Minolta camera systems

You can view and subscribe to on-line magazine editions here:

Pocketmags on-line apps and PDF downloads

We also operate Troubadour UK, our site for sales of musical instruments. Currently only the Xaphoon is offered by mail.

 

4 Responses to About Icon Publications Ltd

  1. Jerry Lebowitz says:

    I currently subscribe to your wonderful magazine f2. I am in need of more binders since the one that I have is full. How may I order more of them? I reside in the U.S.A.

    • admin says:

      We do have them available, with the original Cameracraft logo which will apply to further issues. We will be putting them back on sale shortly. The cost of the existing stock is £10 (ex tax for export) plus £8 postage, which can be either £18 GBP or $23.50 – if you send a Paypal payment to [email protected], along with a memo stating it is for a binder, we can post out.

  2. chris rose says:

    What is the circulation volume of f2 camera craft please ?

    • admin says:

      We print over 3000 copies, mail over 1000 UK subscribers and around 350 worldwide outside the UK, and send 1650 to UK newsagents. It’s not a large circulation magazine and given the price and the target market (advanced, freelance and professional photographers and students) it is never likely to be. Digitally, our app and page-turn versions can reach thousands more (worldwide) though it’s highly variable. Sometimes we include content like art nude which results in digital distribution being restricted. If you’re interested in promoting photo tours, we’re keen to have small regular ads (1/8th page) and not bigger splashes, we find that a regular small presence with click-through links on the digital editions repays those who support us more efficiently.

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