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New bi-annual magazine dedicated to street photography
Old 11-29-2009   #1
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New bi-annual magazine dedicated to street photography

"There’s a new bi-annual magazine dedicated to street photography, called PUBLICATION."

http://2point8.whileseated.org/2009/...tion-launches/
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Old 11-29-2009   #2
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BI-annual? That means one issue every two years. I hope they mean semi-annual - every six months.
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I also hope it is at least 2 issues per year.



I got mine (the nr. 1) just yesterday, and I must say it is a nice small "fanzine", great print!

Specially the 22 HQ loose prints...


Absolutely collectible!
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Biennial is once every two years.

Biannual is twice every year.

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Got my copy last week, love the mag and love the quality of the prints included. Well done indeed to Nick Turpin.
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is this an E Mag or a physical mag??
How do get a copy?? I see no link or info on the web site...
It looks like a down to earth mag.
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Kind of ironic the first issue has a piece on Winogrand as he states clearly he is not a "street photographer."
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Some of the bay area RFF'ers have an emag done with MagCloud. The sample preview looked inteesting.
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DNG, it's a physical mag. There were 2000 copies printed when it first came out, maybe its sold out. Don't know if there are any contact details on the website, but Nick Turpin, the mags creator, is on Twitter (@NickTurpin). Maybe you could get in touch this way?
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Besides twitter is there any other contact information listed in the magazine?
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Fraid not, just the web address.
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DNG, it's a physical mag. There were 2000 copies printed when it first came out, maybe its sold out. Don't know if there are any contact details on the website, but Nick Turpin, the mags creator, is on Twitter (@NickTurpin). Maybe you could get in touch this way?
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Try this: http://www.in-publication.com/order
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