On sale from Friday 16th October, Professional Photography is a new title designed to appeal to professional and advanced photographers, as well as those who love fine-art photography.
Available in print and digital formats and published 13 times a year, the magazine will be launch-edited by Future’s Group Editor-in-Chief Chris George – previously editor of the UK’s best-selling photography title, Digital Camera, as well as instrumental in launching PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine and the multi-award-wining N-Photo:The Nikon Magazine.
Professional Photography will enjoy high-profile media partner status with Future’s The Photography Show. It will also be promoted on the world’s leading site for creative professionals, creativebloq.com, as well as across Future’s photography and technology magazines and websites.
Issue 1 features an exclusive interview with Don McCullin to mark his 80th birthday, as well as in-depth interviews with Dougie Wallace, Danila Tkachenko, Pal Hansen and more. Features highlight new work from Sebastiao Salgado, while a roundtable discussion debates the future of photojournalism. Special reports focus on self-publishing, thanks to insight from the founder of Blurb, and in-depth guides to marketing photography through Instagram. Book reviews, exhibition previews, kit insight and much more complete Professional Photography’s launch edition.
Chris George says: “Professional Photography is very different from our existing print monthly titles. Its aspirational content and pro bias is designed to attract new readers, and to provide an upgrade path for those who have grown out of our practical, enthusiast-focused monthlies.”
Matthew Pierce, Future’s Head of Content and Marketing, says: “Professional Photography is a contemporary, relevant title for this sector. Printed on heavyweight paper with special cover treatments, and a clean modern design throughout, it looks and feels beautiful; it’s the perfect canvas for some of the world’s best images, as well as exclusive insight from the professionals behind them.”
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