Inspired Eye digital magazine
It is that time again…time for another copy of the Inspired Eye digital magazine. And this one has a special feature (perhaps). Come and find out why.
I have been pushing Inspired Eye for a while now, as I love their passion and their attitude. And they have been going from strength to strength with a great series of interviews and features of the last few issues. And now they are back with a new issue.
The issues seem to be getting bigger and bigger as the magazine gains popularity. There are some really great interviews in this one, which I have enjoyed reading a great deal.
There is a brilliant classic photography article on Saigon, with some really beautiful images. And a great piece one one of my favourite cities, Hong Kong. I never get bored of seeing Hong Kong photography.
And, well, there is an interview with me too. If you are into that kind of thing.
The magazine is an interactive PDF designed to be viewed on anything with a PDF reader, which means you can take it with you on your phone or tablet. The guys have put a great deal of work into this and it really shows. It is very slick and looks great on a tablet.
I want to tell you more, as there are loads of interviews and features, but I don’t want to spoil it for you. So go an grab yourselves a copy of this great interactive magazine. Olivier and Don (just two guys) work really hard to make it interesting and compelling each month, and each month it gets better. And the best part about it? It is as cheap as chips.
Follow the link to get the first issue for free, or sign up and subscribe to get 6 months.
If you want to get the full version of the mag you have to subscribe, which you can do by clicking here to subscribe.
Congratulations! I know how much recognition means to you. It seems that your photography is not only improving, but starting to get traction in the mainstream.
Enjoyed your piece, Bellamy. There’s a ton of great work in this issue. This month’s issue features the work of Adam Marelli, Brian Day, Colin Steel, Greg Allikas, Greg Schmigel, Jean Michel Voge, Norman Shearer, Sean O’Brian, and David Voggenthaler. Special Feature: Saigon 1966 showcasing the work of Lynn Roylance. Plus, a photo essay by Keith Kwok.
Thank you Bellamy,
I love your site look at it everyday, and because of you I now look at Inspired Eye.
loving both now!!!