We are happy to offer members of The Photographer Academy, or subscribers to Mark Cleghorn’s e-mail information, a substantial discount on annually renewing subscriptions to f2 Freelance Photographer magazine. You’ve probably seen f2 in shops though as one of the more expensive specalist titles it is not as easy to find as consumer magazines. f2 is printed to a very high standard and uses similar paper stock to the BJP or the RPS Journal (in fact, we specified the same stock and printing as Rouleur, the cycling magazine, which most impressed for its repro and feel).
The normal shop price is £35.70 per year (six issues) and we regularly offer subscriptions at £29.70 saving £1 per copy and including postage (UK). For The Photographer Academy, we are offering annually renewing Paypal subscriptions for only £22 (UK). These have been set to cancel after three years, and you’re not signing up for an immortal annual payment! The rate is also fixed for three years. The postal regions (see dropdown menu) include Ireland/EU and World; since this magazine weighs over 330g and costs over £8 to post as a single copy to the USA, for example, these discounted overseas subs represent outstanding value.
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f2 is now produced again by its original founder and owner, David Kilpatrick, who also publishes Cameracraft (internationl, postal circulation only) and Master Photography (exclusive to MPA members or subscribers, not on public sale). The latest issue includes an interview with Mark Cleghorn about The Photographer Academy, and also the first in a series of articles on street photography by Kenneth Martin. Although the title is ‘Freelance Photographer’ the content is also of value to enthusiasts and photo business owners who might not use the f-word…