There's at least four or five of there. Just look. Get some subscriptions--it'll be cheaper in the long run.Buschmaster said:Any advice for DSLR beginner magazines with different reviews and things that I might be able to find at a Barnes and Noble?
I saw that one at Ritz (Wolf, Proex, whatever ), but I was worried that it wouldn't cover everything that I like to take pictuers of... which is... well... everything.-hh said:George Lepp has discontinued "The Natural Image" as well as "The Digital Image", but I believe that he sells collections of past publications on his website (www.leppphoto.com). Since he just discontinued these writings in 2005, they're still reasonably up to date.
A monthly that I'm currently getting is "Outdoor Photographer", which belies my interests in landscapes The cover says their website is www.outdoorphotographer.com - - guess I should check that out sometime.
Well, I'll probably be buying my camera from Circuit City or online, so... no worries. I only developed a roll of film. I thought it was nice that they didn't make me pay up front, that way, if I returned in an hour I'd be like, you know, now I have to make another 20 minute drive...jamesW135 said:I hate Ritz (even thought I just bought a new camera from them) THE LOCATION NEAR MY HOSE KEEPS OPENING AND CLOSING AND OPENING AND CLOSING. ARHG! sorry