The only Philippine photo magazine that’s:
(more tutorials than gadget reports)
(a magazine you’ll keep and re-read; with people, places, and articles you can identify with)
(nationwide distribution, global distribution via magXchange)
While it’s true that readers want to know about the latest gear, it’s a changed world we live in today. Readers can more quickly access product information on the Internet. Why would you pay 300 to 800 pesos to read something you can read free on the Web? Anyone can see that equipment reports in magazines are redundant. For those who want to know more about photography and photographers, I-MAG PHOTOGRAPHY delivers. Sure, there are also tutorials on the Web, but instructional articles are best read in a magazine, not online.