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    View Camera magazine back in business?

    Got a subscription to View Camera magazine for Christmas. I thought they had stopped publication.

    Are they back in business again?
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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    From the website
    View Camera is no longer being published.

    If you subscribe you will receive 6 of the most recent issues.

    It does look like you get access to old articles online

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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    maybe it is like emulsion magazine,
    they sold subscriptions to people
    a year after themagazine was defunct/
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    selling subscription to an old article archive
    sounds kind of strange, .. but what do i know //
    i haven't been subscribed for 10-15 years

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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    There are 'companies' that provide magazine subscription services. They get the subscribers list from the magazine and then send direct mail renewal invoices to those subscribers. Supposedly, they then close the link and enter a subscription on behalf of the actual subscriber, but I wouldn't automatically assume that to be the case - I know of one instance in which the editor of a magazine published an notice warning subscribers to stay away from these 'aftermarket' subscription services because at least some of them are pure scams.

    I have personally renewal invoices from them for magazines that I knew had ceased publication as much as a year before they mailed the invoice. I've also received renewal notices from them for magazines for which I have never had a subscription.


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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    Quote Originally Posted by Duolab123 View Post
    From the website
    View Camera is no longer being published.

    If you subscribe you will receive 6 of the most recent issues.

    It does look like you get access to old articles online

    And so it does. I tried to call and get some adjustment or switch to the reprint of lenses. The phone seems to be disconnected. Sent an e-mail and will have to hope for the best on this.
    Drew Bedo
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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    So, if you sign up do you get the first issue without typos?
    I tend to procrastinate on stuff. One of these days I'll do something about it.

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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    Quote Originally Posted by Willie View Post
    So, if you sign up do you get the first issue without typos?
    I just spit my drink out all over the place.

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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    Quote Originally Posted by Willie View Post
    So, if you sign up do you get the first issue without typos?
    Those of us doing wet plate preferred to think of those typos as "artifacts" that showed the magazine was a hand-made artistic creation, not the product of industrial perfectionism...
    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    Oh yes the first issue of the magazine I can still hear the mooning and growing of Fred Picker.
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    Re: View Camera magazine back in business?

    Dear all

    I feel that we should draw a line under 'VC', I have a significant number of editions and tended to ignore the lack of proof reading..............................

    Andrew

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