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Professional Photography magazine and techradar.com are both part of the Future plc publishing portfolio, and here on techradar you can read some of the latest stories from Professional Photography and find out how to get the magazine in print or digital editions.
Professional Photography is aimed at industry professionals and those with a passion for the creative side of the pursuit. We feature extensive portfolios and exclusive interviews with the world's leading photographers – David Bailey and Albert Watson to Martin Parr and Don McCullin – alongside the photographers to watch. We showcase the personal projects that feed photographers' creative souls, discuss industry affairs, debate hot topics and recommend the best in international shows and photo book releases.
I hope you enjoy our online content and feel inspired to subscribe to our print or digital editions (individual back issues are also available), and you'll find full details below.
Emma-Lily Pendleton, Editor | Read more articles from Professional Photography magazine
Latest issue: Professional Photography issue 12
Features celebrity photographer Andy Gotts' portrait of Simon Pegg on its cover - we visit Andy's studio, to hear the secrets of his celebrity success. Also find an exclusive interview with Gregory Crewdson - the king of cinematic stills explains why he never pushes the shutter button. And we invite Kevin Abosch - the photographer behind 'that' 1,000,000 euro potato portrait - to debate whether a photograph is ever worth seven figures.
How to get the print edition
You can order individual back issues or take advantage of our print subscription offers at www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk. We ship to over 100 countries worldwide with free delivery in the UK.
How to get the digital edition (iOS)
You can order digital subscriptions at myfavouritemagazines.co.uk above, or get the free app from the Apple App Store (just search for 'Professional Photography'). You can subscribe or buy individual issues from within the app.
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