PhotoKlassik International - Film Magazine - Issue 1
Our Price: £17.50 GBP100245
The First Issue of the incredible Photoklassik International. This beautiful film photography magazine is a spin-off from Photoklassik: a German publication which has been running for six years and has been applauded for its independent reviews, articles and opinions as well as the incredible print quality that brings its photos to life. After a successful Kickstarter in summer 2018 we are very excited to be able to bring Issue 1 of the International magazine to the UK.
As the inaugural issue it is larger than future issues so you can expect 130 pages crammed full of analogue perfection. Articles by several top film photographers and experts (including Bellamy Hunt of JapanCameraHunter fame) as well as book-quality print and gorgeous photography spreads, this is the perfect gift for photographers to explore more of the world of film photography.
Limited quantities available.
Where We Ship
When you buy Photoklassik International Magazine Issue 1 from Analogue Wonderland we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
Fantastic edition, plenty to get your teeth into. Wide range of analogue photography subjects.
A broad range of topics, some you are unlikely to see elsewhere.
Excellent print quality.
Would I buy again? It depends on Issue 2.
A brilliant high quality magazines for every film enthusiast.. great images , great editorials, varied topics and photographers being featured ... it is a top class publication , love this magazine .. if you like film , you will love this, a great mix of modern and historical content with some interesting articles to help improve your photography and spark your creative juices ....
Varied, well written and produced editorial content .. quality materials and images very professional and interesting articles , a hearty well done to all involved ,
Issue 1 holds a lot of inspiring articles and is a great magazine to read it is not filled with loads of adverts like some Mags and i see this at the top end scale like the British Journal of Photography but found PhotoKlassik International more down my street definitely worth a read and the money i hope more issues come along.