Photoworks is a stylish photography magazine which is released twice a year. The magazine calls itself a forum for British and International photography and visual culture. The magazine provides profiles of new professional photographers entering the industry as well as showcasing brilliant established artists. There will also be interesting book reviews as well as news about up-coming exhibitions.
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Photoworks magazine is packed full of interesting images and detailed introductions and analysis of the work to give readers an insight into where they were taken and what drove the photographer to take the images. The photographs are always interesting and unique and sometimes controversial. You don’t get to the dizzy heights of a well renowned photographer without ruffling a few feathers that’s for sure.
We particularly liked one particular photographer called Stuart Griffiths who depicted the time he spent with the Paras in Northern Ireland. The images are at times shocking and at other times deeply moving, he manages to capture the extraordinary harsh reality of the situations they faced in a very up-close and personal way. If this sounds like your sort of thing then Photoworks magazine is definitely worth a try.
We’d recommend this magazine to any reader who enjoys modern photography and is interested in getting to a more professional level in the industry. This magazine will show you what it takes to get your work recognised and also provides some brilliant inspiration and ideas for your own projects. The magazine is glossy and full of interesting features on international as well as local topics. The review sections are very interesting and provide book reviews for those looking for more literature on the subject and will tell you which new publication is actually worth its money.