Subscribe to Advanced Photographer magazine today and get free UK delivery, save 66% of your first three issues, and take advantage of our easy pay quarterly Direct Debit payment option! Advanced Photographer magazine is the only monthly photo title totally dedicated to the advanced enthusiast. It is the magazine for serious photographers photographers who have outgrown the profusion of one-size fits all photo magazines. Every issue keeps readers informed of the latest creative photography trends through brilliant pictures, technique advice and in-depth product reviews.
Advanced Photoshop magazine is the perfect magazine for polishing up already great Photoshop skills. Aimed towards Adobe Photoshop professionals and enthusiasts, every issue prides itself on its unbeatable quality and sophisticated content.Every month you can have the chance to develop your techniques through several creative and challenging Masterclass and Workshop tutorials. Our intention is to give you the chance to learn new tricks and fine-tune your skills. Whether you're a design student, an enthusiast who is considering going into the design industry full-time, or an established pro, we guarantee that there will always be something new to get your teeth into.
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Inside this issue, we start with Amalia Pica’s latest exhibition, which opens in MCA Chicago and includes 15 of her most significant works. We also look at the Julio Le Parc retrospective on now at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, presenting a vast survey of the artist’s work from the 1950s to the present day. European Chronicles opens this May as part of Diffusion in Cardiff, which is Wales’ first international photography festival. NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star is the latest exhibition to open at the New Museum in New York City, capturing a specific moment at the intersection of art, pop culture and politics. In photography, we present a selection from this year’s World Photography Awards as well as paying homage to Rudy Burckhardt. We also introduce three new photographers: Astrid Kruse Jensen from Denmark, Rune Guneriussen from Norway and Bharat Sikka from India. Jensen creates stark narratives by playing with light and colour, while Guneriussen engages with photography, installation and sculpture. Finally, our cover photographer, Bharat Sikka, blends fine art and documentary to create an arresting visual language with a bold use of colour and fascinating locations. In film, we chat with Dominga Sotomayor about her debut feature Thursday Till Sunday, which recalls memories of family road trips. We also speak with Lisa Bryer from the BAFTA selection committee about this year’s theatrical release of BAFTA winning short films. In music, we chat with Jonas Bonnetta from Evening Hymns about their new album, and examine the phenomenon of video game music. In performance, Akram Khan discusses his latest show, iTMOi, as he celebrates the 100th anniversary of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring at Sadler’s Wells. Finally, for the last words, Pedro Reyes talks about his latest show Disarm, in which he re-uses decommissioned guns to make musical instruments.
African Dream is a quarterly magazine that seeks to empower Africans to reach the African dream. It covers five major topics; fixing Africa, civilization, religion, education and traditional/cultural practices. African Dream will have a variety of writers to serve readers needs.
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Fresh from a cover to cover re-design, Air Gunner is first with tests on the latest airguns and news from the airgunning world. This lively glossy magazine is aimed at those who are new or returning to the sport and includes hunting features and down-to-earth advice from experts in the field. It’s the only airgun magazine to have regular features from around the world and a section dedicated to collectors guns.
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Airgun World is written and edited by enthusiastic, dedicated, long-term airgun shooters, and its content reflects exactly what our discerning readers want from their magazine. So, if you want to read expertly written articles about hunting, DIY, classic airguns, scopes, tips, techniques and everything that’s anything in the world of airguns, take out a subscription today.
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Published monthly, Airliner World is dedicated to bringing its readers the latest developments from across the global airline scene. It has a worldwide following comprising both industry readers and commercial aviation enthusiasts. For up-to-the-minute news and features on new leases, deliveries, technology, key industry personnel and airport developments from the airline scene; make Airliner World your magazine of choice!
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Airports of the World is a bi-monthly magazine which provides an in-depth look at the layout, activities, aircraft, airlines and people at a wide selection of the world's airports. Reporting on airports large and small around the world, it includes articles on both major city hubs and smaller regional airports to leisure and low cost airports. Topics covered include current operations, airline operators, and future plans. www.airportsworld.com
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This month in All Out Cricket, we've got a global selection of the game's best and best-loved players as the centrepiece of a bulging ICC Champions Trophy special. If exclusive interviews with Mohammad Hafeez, Yuvraj Singh and the incomparably cool Kumar Sangakkara weren't enough, we've got an exclusive with Stuart Broad - England's blue-eyes boy talks Australia, injuries and his ICC Champions Trophy Fantasy XI.
With back-to-back Ashes series beckoning we've also got a cracker of an interview with the heartbeat of English cricket, Matt Prior. Peter Moores tells us about the handling of his England sacking, loving life at Lancashire and his hopes of returning to international cricket. Number crunchers Opta provide us with more stats and facts from the first three rounds of County Championship fixtures and AOC’s Editor Phil Walker goes weak at the knees as he looks at the making of the legend that is Nasser Hussain.
Elsewhere, we hear from Australia’s former rock-hard opener and county cricket stalwart Simon Katich about the ten matches that made him, Northants skipper Stephen Peters gets off the mark with his County Championship diary and the most valuable man in county cricket Peter Trego tackles the gauntlet of our 21 Questions.
Of course, we've also got all the usual news, views, reviews, coaching, competitions and the very best from the world of club cricket. But if you read only one thing this month, make it Stephen Chalke’s wryly touching homage to village cricket. Trust us, you
Amateur Gardening is Britain's best-selling gardening weekly. Packed with practical hints and tips, expert advice, topical news and features like grow, cook and eat have helped it become the best-performing weekly gardening magazine. Amateur Gardening's big-name writers include Bob Flowerdew, Anne Swithinbank and Peter Seabrook.