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SHIPS WHEN PRINTED: The Portrait Issue * Rene Burri remembered * Otto Snoek's We Europe * Collective values: meet Sputnik Photos * Bertien van Manen on slow photography * Danny Lyon - soul of a radical * Best of the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize * Gareth McConnell on rhyme, reason and salvation * We visit the EyeEm conference in Berlin * Introducing Birmingham Open Media * We test the Nikon D750

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October 2014

Gerry Badger quizzes Paul Graham about turning photographic cliches into gold * Photography meets sculpture, painting and installation in Augustin Rebetez' commission for Vevey * Johan Rosenmunthe explores the hidden language of stones * Violence and glamour in 1970s Rome, seen through the eyes of the original paparazzi * A peek inside photographers' sketchbooks * Why 25 years after his death, Rotimi Fani-Kayode's work is as relevant as ever * The PhotoBookMuseum * IGBT flash

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September 2014

The architecture issue * Gerry Badger on photography's long-standing love affair with the built environment * Herman van den Boom on Belgium's suburban surreal * Sohei Nishino's city dioramas hand-assembled from thousands of images * Philippe Jarrigeon takes inspiration from the department store * Meet Mini Title, London's hottest new photo agency * Ad agencies discuss the decline of art buyers * Nikon D810 * Sigma DP2 Quattro * The best MA graduates from the UK and Ireland

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August 2014

Beyond shock and awe - why we need a new visual language for war * Edmund Clark inside Bagram Air Base * Broomberg & Chanarin on The Dodo Effect * The 'feedback loop' - why young men go to war * Melanie Friend's The Home Front * Christop Bangert on War Porn * Emine Gozde Sevim Embed in Egypt * Kirill Golovchenko's Maiden Under Construction * Paul Wombell on the camera as weapon * Gerry Badger introduces Giorgio Di Noto * Pentax 645Z * Canon ultra-wides * Our pick of this year's best graduates

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July 2014

Special issue: we celebrate the golden generation of Spanish photographers emerging on to the world stage * Ricardo Cases' The Reason of Oranges * Joan Fontcuberta on 'photography as an authoritarian tool' * Ditto Press - London's go-to indie printer * The numbers and patterns behind the selfie phenomena * Profoto B1 * Sigma's new standard * School of 2014: the best of this year's graduates

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June 2014

Photography's new spirit of playful adventure * Patty Caroll plays dress up * Polly Penrose strips down * Chen Wei on why China is driven to abstraction * Will Steacy gets a rude surprise at The Philadelphia Inquirer * Christopher Pillitz on Brazil's beautiful game * Why Jason Bell is the go-to portraitist for everyone from Britain's royalty to Hollywood's A list * VII Photo mutates and adapts

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May 2014

Michael Ackerman on 'photography as an expression of the inexpressible' * For Robin Maddock, getting lost is all part of the journey * Charlotte Tanguy captures adrift * Anastasia Rudenko explores themes of identity and power in 'found' images of Russian police women * Walker Evans magazine work rediscovered * A profile of the Archive of Modern Conflict * Meet Caravan Gallery, the 'reverse visitor centre on wheels * Wendy Watriss and Fred Baldwin - the couple behind Houston Fotofest

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April 2014

Special issue: putting gender on the agenda, we present an all-female perspective * Susan Meiselas in profile * Five women photojournalists capture their inside take of the Middle East * Danube Revisited: The Inge Morath Truck Project *Cass Bird: from sexual politics to shooting Levi's ads * Feminism 2.0 * Katy Grannan on the shadowlands of California's Central Valley * Fuji X-T1 * Petzval redux * Getty and Lean In challenge female stereotyping

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March 2014

The Maverick Issue * How will posterity remember David Bailey, Britain's chief chronicler of the Swinging Sixties? * Martin Parr: the photographic establishment's unlikely foe * Roger Ballen's Asylum of the Birds * Introducing Alis Peschi * Roe Ethridge, Sacrifice Your Body * Todd Selby, from Tijuana tour guide to self-made photography brand * World Press Photo * Fort McMoney pioneers documentary gaming

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February 2014

The Landscape Issue: exploring rural mythologies through the eyes of contemporary photographers * Lucas Foglia's Frontcountry * Andy Sewell on Britain's rural hinterland * Philip Cheung on the United arab Emirates' shifting sands * Tamas Dezso on rural Romania, returning to the land and mining the remnants of communism for scrap * The Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Arts * Lorenzo de Rita's The Soon Institute * Nikon Df * Sony A7R

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