The first series of Cameracraft was a quarterly subscription-only magazine, covering three years of important developments in photography from 2012 to 2015 when it became part of f2 Freelance Photographer bi-monthly. A year later, from the November/December 2016 issue, Cameracraft returned as the main title for the magazine though you’ll still find the f2 logo there. Now Cameracraft is back and a new ISSN has been issued, the next edition will lose the f2. We have teamed up with The Guild of Photographers so all their members, professional and enthusiast alike, will receive Cameracraft.
You can subscribe starting with the September/October new issue, paying nothing for one month – until after you receive your first magazine (around August 20th) with an annually renewed subscription.
You can read an electronic back issue of the new magazine (above) on ISSUU, where we make all editions available free after they have been on sale for a month. Printed publication mailing dates and iOS/Android/PDF apps go out around the 10th of December, February, April, June, August, and October for the January/February, March/April (etc) editions. You can subscribe to f2 via the main Icon Publications Ltd page.
You will see here an archive of articles (right hand column) going back before Cameracraft started up. This is the archive from our previous website, dPhotoexpert, up to the point that we started Cameracraft. We plan to continue the articles in this site and to fill in the 2012-2017 gap where relevant. These articles are searchable and free to read.
Edited by David Kilpatrick in Scotland, with US Associate Editor Gary Friedman in Los Angeles, Cameracraft returns to the foundations of good photography. Below: from the first edition in 2012 (now a collector’s item).
We offer a bookcase binder to hold up to 12 editions (8 of the current 68-pagers), with a Cordex spine, black leathercloth on board, marbled inner papers, silver blocked logo. Our prices include VAT/postage as appropriate for each zone shown.
The binder costs £11.50 including VAT and postage, UK; £15 EU; £17 rest of world. See Binder order page.