Inspired Eye Digital Magazine Vol: 21
A new issue of Inspired Eye has arrived and is is a fantastic collection of all kinds of photography and news. Featuring photographers from all over the world, this webzine has something for everyone. And it still a bargain!
Within 243 beautifully laid out pages (123 spreads) Inspired Eye features a wealth of work from photographers of diverse background. Read the challenges that Sophie Merlo, a female shooter faces as a ring photographer, or be inspired as Richard Friend tries to document a vanishing neighborhood in Thailand.
Witness a Comoran wedding thanks to the work of Jean Marc de Cocinck and enjoy the rich black and white work of Thomas Leuthard.
Read the mag and gain collective wisdom from a variety of photographers from Thailand to Anda.
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Always been on the fence about the mag. Decided to try but (i) the link to a free edition doesn’t work and (ii) they add a USD10 fee for registering the subscription. Sad. Btw I tried to write this comment in Chrome, but that didn’t work… maybe it’s some plugins. Sorry to be a nag, thanks for a great site!
but I won’t pay for other photographer’s self-marketing; and for the morning lecture this is far too expensive.
Rather prefer to buy a signed, limited picture.
Or as I do, books.
my personal 2 cruzados.
I take the above commentators never bought photography magazines but to say $30 (£15 UK) for a 12 issue subscription is too expensive kind of beggers belief. A copy of amateur photographer costs £5 in WH Smiths.
I intend to give it a go self-marketing and all.