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Background: I just moved to the SLR world in October from a point and shoot world (still have it though). I mainly shoot birds, wildlife and when the opportunity arise landscape.

I am looking to subscribe to at least two of these photography magazines: Photolife, Popular Photography, Outdoor Photography and Digital Photography and wanted to get feedback on which is better for my newest to the SLR world.

So any suggestion on these or any other not posted.

Thanks

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Outdoor Photography for some decent articles, tips and how to's. Natures Best to see awe inspiring work from the top pros and accomplished amateurs.

A shameless plug: I will have two images in the upcoming issue of N.B. :)

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Outdoor Photography and Shutterbug will keep you interested.

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Cool. Thanks

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Don't gorget the freebees like Studio Photographer, Rangefinder and After Capture. These have some jewels in them as well and who can argue with the price?

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Also magazines like WildBird and Birder's World frequently talk about photography. Of those that you listed, I like Outdoor Photography the best. Somehow I got on a list for Popular Photography, so I get it but don't find it all that interesting usually.

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For wildlife, nature and scenic photography go with "Outdoor Photographer" magazine. Quality photography with how-to and image editing step-by step instructions.
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