Thursday, January 18, 2007
Rangefinder, a monthly publication dedicated to the advancement of photographers, has spun off a new magazine, AfterCapture. If you are photography professional or avid amateur, you owe it to yourself to subscribe to this interesting publication...it's free, after all! Skip Cohen, Rangefinder's president, states that "the magazine is dedicated to everything that happens to an image after you click the shutter and to the latest in imaging-output technology."
I'm excited to see Rangefinders' photographic orientation expand into what I think of as the creative side of photography. The technology of photography is rapidly changing and AfterCapture is positioning itself cover this artistically oriented craft. AfterCapture's website is still in development as of this writing, but you can currently get a rough preview. You can sign up for AfterCapture at the website.
I'm pleased to say that I have been profiled in AfterCaptue's inaguaral issue, which is being distributed as a double issue with the January publication of Rangefinder. You can download a PDF file of the profile here.
Posted by John Derry at 9:29 AM