Greatest Photography Magazine EVER!

I’m totally excited about the magazine I just bought from Barnes and Noble…but I just went on their website trying to get you a link and couldn’t find it! So, here’s the deal, it’s probably a limited time offer and there’s only as many as there is in each store. AUGHH! It’s called “the Complete DSLR User Handbook” and it’s a magazine/book with 200 (totally understandable) ways to become a better photographer.It’s put out by the makers of PhotoPlus and Digital Camera – which are both UK companies! It was $25 and worth every penny!

If you don’t get to a Barnes and Nobles in time don’t worry, I’m planning on putting the choice tips on the blog! But, it’s definitely worth having!

Plus, did I mention it comes with a DVD with 140 minutes of Photoshop “stuff?”

It’s totally cool.

www.noemiphotography.com

It would also make a great stocking stuffer for someone you know interested in developing their skills.

julie - November 12, 2008 - 1:36 pm

Did you find this in the magazine or book section? Just curious.

Noemi - November 12, 2008 - 1:53 pm

I found it in the Photography section of the magazines…I hope you are able to find it!

julie - November 17, 2008 - 11:45 am

Found it at Borders…waaayyy in the back in the photography magazine section. Can’t wait to devour it on my vacation. : D

Poly - November 18, 2008 - 11:35 am

I tried the books and magazine section but did not find it…. Which BN?

April - November 19, 2008 - 4:34 pm

I couldn’t get it at my Barnes and Nobles. Looks like the company that provided it though sells a year subscription for about 125.00 and you get 13 issues with discs. I wish, wish, wish that it wasn’t a UK subscription so that it could be a little more affordable. It is tempting though!

Paul - April 15, 2009 - 11:21 am

I found it at Borders. It’s the best magazine I’ve ever purchased on the subject of photography! I have been a professional photographer for years, and still found alot of good things to learn. It’s a fascinating read. Hard to put down! Worth the bucks, definitely.

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