Digital Photographer is celebrating its 10th anniversary starting in issue 117, which marks the beginning of a yearlong schedule of special celebratory events. To kick off the birthday celebrations, UK readers will receive a beautiful photo tips calendar inside issue 117.
Digital Photographer Editor, Rosie Tanner said, “We want to thank our readers for 10 fantastic years of photography by bringing them extra special editions and gifts throughout the year. We’re so proud to remain strong in such a populated photography market and this big birthday reinforces our heritage within the industry. It proves we’re a trusted, respected and inspirational magazine for so many photographers.”
As part of the celebrations, Digital Photographer is offering readers the chance to win a sensational prize of over £10,000 of professional photographic kit. “The prize contains everything you need to set up as a pro photographer,” Rosie Tanner said, “The winner will receive a brilliant course on how to go pro, plus an expert Sony DSLR, top of the range printer and a host of pro-grade accessories to help them launch their career with a bang.”
Since 2002 Digital Photographer has emerged as a successful global brand, with translated editions in Brazil, Philippines, Spain, France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. It now dominates in the digital arena too thanks to impressive download figures on the Apple Newsstand, enabling readers to access their favourite photography magazine on their iPhone and iPad.
The Digital Photographer brand also extends to an extensive range of collectible bookazines and the popular ‘Digital Photographer of the Year Awards’ competition generates a massive global following, receiving thousands of entries from photographers every year.
As well as 10 years of the magazine, 2012 is also the fifth year of its highly successful gallery based website, DPhotographer.co.uk, which recently celebrated reaching 200,000 user-uploaded images.
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