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    A "Thunderbox" is where Scott, Virgil, Brains, and Lady Penelope hang out.

    Duh. Evry won kno that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    ...Thunderbirds are go!...
    I'd say, Thunderbirds are gone! - Haven't seen them on TV for a while
    (But then I haven't really looked)
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    I used to. But all the pics are online for free nowadays so don't bother.

    Edit: Err, ignore my message. I thought you were talking about a different kind of photography. Carry on.
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    I only buy one magazine i subscribe to and have every copy i have ever had in my cupboard goes back years and i still wait for it each month. now has online copy as well but us just love the AUSTRALIAN PHOTOGRAPHY MAGAZINE Just love going back to old copies.. i really should be a much better photgrapher than i am ..
    it has some great photography (IMHO) .. it is about the most oraganized thing in my house and cupboards as i keep them in chronological (sp) order and regularly delve into them.. dont take them into the LOO though. I think this year it was $75 for 12 issues.. I see all the rubbishy mags in the the newsagents windows and would not think of buying them...
    I have bought cameras lenses etc on recommendations from this magazine especially the tamron 16-300 which probably makes up 80 percen of my usage..
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    Australian Photography is the main one, and occasionally (Australian) Camera and Digital Camera UK, but only if there is something interesting in there....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bensch View Post
    Australian Photography is the main one, and occasionally (Australian) Camera and Digital Camera UK, but only if there is something interesting in there....
    It's the benschmark all right...

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    From time to time ...Usually theses days N Photo




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    Nope... haven't bought any photography magazines for while. Has probably been more than a decade...

    BUT just (re)signed up at the library last week and started reading Black + White magazine. Libraries have changed so much since I last visited! Awesome to be able to read all those type of mags without shelling out cash, I'd rather spend money on gear anyway!

    Oh, and what do you read on the loo..? Well that's why devices are mobile now, right? No better time to catch up on socials.

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    I must admit that with the advent of t'internet I gave up purchasing magazines, everything I need to read is available somewhere on the web.

    I used to subscribe to and read "amateur photographer" back in the UK when I was still on the flight line. I used to read it in the crewroom, and the general consensus of my co-workers was that it should have been renamed "amateur pornographer" as most of the covers had scantily clad females on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liney View Post
    I must admit that with the advent of t'internet I gave up purchasing magazines, everything I need to read is available somewhere on the web.
    I think that's me too now, it used to be exciting getting new magazines to read.

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    I subscribe to Australian Photography and borrow other magazines from the library. There is tons of stuff on the internet, but I like getting a magazine in the mail and seeing the photos in print.

    I also subscribe to National Geographic which sets the bar for many aspects of photography.

    I have think buying, subscribing to or borrowing magazines is important to keep them going, it would be a real loss to lose anymore.


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