Cameracraft is a new quarterly subscription-only magazine from Icon Publications Ltd.
Issue Eleven mails in late April 2015. Subscriptions start with the most recent available issue, sent with your welcome letter. You can also order back issues from No 2 to No 10 here.
Below: Issue 11, cover photograph by Lawson Wood.
Edited by David Kilpatrick in Scotland, with US Associate Editor Gary Friedman in Los Angeles, Cameracraft returns to the foundations of good photography.
We invite you to become a subscriber to Cameracraft and enjoy – by fast postal delivery worldwide – a thoughtfully designed and well printed edition every three months. You will want to keep Cameracraft for life. Three years of issues will fill a single binder which is available now. We promise to do what a printed quarterly can do best, leaving breaking news and hardware reviews to the internet. Each edition contains an Update feature which summarises key technology developments in the past quarter. We are writing for the future as well as for the present.
Our invited retrospectives and working project portfolios have set a new standard. Our visual content will open your photographic eyes, our view of photographic technology and history will absorb you, our practical advice and experience will help you. We promise this will not be just another photo magazine and the work we print will not be a repetition of popular themes.
We offer a bookcase binder to hold 12 editions, with a Cordex spine, black leathercloth on board, marbled inner papers, silver blocked logo. We have new stocks of these now.
The binder costs £11.50 including VAT and postage, UK; £14.50 EU; £16.50 rest of world. See Binder order page.
For the subscription you receive each year the equivalent of a 176-page (or more) A4 book, with far more than content photo annuals which sell at a higher cost. Fill a 3-year bookshelf volume and you’ll have 528+ pages with 12 superb portfolios, 60 pages of gallery images, your quarterly overview of developments in photography, and 72 feature articles.