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Bath, Banes, United Kingdom, 2011/12/01 - N-Photo, the only magazine dedicated to Nikon photography, is on sale now in both print and digital editions - Futureplc.com. LSE: FUTR
N-Photo shows Nikon owners of all skill levels how to get the most from their digital camera and take their best-ever pictures.
Each monthly issue of N-Photo contains practical, hands-on advice showing readers how to create great images. At the heart of every issue is the free high-quality video tutorials that cover shooting skills, photo editing techniques, gear reviews and much more.
The print edition of N-Photo includes a free coverdisc carrying all the video content, while readers of the digital edition (available on Apple Newsstand for iPad/iPhone and Zinio for PC, Mac and Android), can watch each issue’s video content online through unique links.
Chris George, Editor of N-Photo, says: “N-Photo’s video tutorials are such a key part of the editorial offering that we had to ensure they were available for those readers who wanted the magazine on mobile devices and computers. They’ll be able to access all the video lessons online from the moment they buy the digital issue.”
The launch issue of N-Photo features seven step-by-step skills tutorials, each one complemented by a walkthrough video presented by the magazine team. There’s also a feature on beating the short winter days by mastering the art of night photography and a 12-page interview with award-winning sports photographer Tom Jenkins.
N-Photo joins Future’s market-leading portfolio of photography titles, which already includes Digital Camera and PhotoPlus. Its launch means that Future now produces more photography titles than any other publisher.
Matthew Pierce, Group Publisher of Future’s Digital Creative portfolio, says: “N-Photo is a fantastic title that’s already exceeded our expectations. We’ve smashed our subscriptions target, and an unbelievable 38,500 people are following the N-Photo page on Facebook – that’s more than any other photography magazine brand!
“It’s in good company too; Digital Camera is now the UK’s best-selling newsstand photography magazine, and in app form remains the only UK photo mag to hit the top spot on Apple’s Newsstand chart.”
The first issue of N-Photo is on sale now priced at £4.99 in print and digital editions. To order visit myfavouritemagazines.com. Digital editions are available via Apple Newsstand and Zinio. Visit N-Photo online at nphotomag.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/nphotomag, and read the sampler here.
N-Photo is the only monthly photography magazine for Nikon users. Whether you want to take better pictures with your Nikon digital SLR, unlock your Nikon camera’s full potential or buy the best Nikon-compatible kit, N-Photo has all the advice you need to get the most from your photography. Every issue comes with an interactive disc packed with video lessons for taking better photos and improving them in Photoshop and Nikon Capture.
Future (futureplc.com) is a leader in the field of digital publishing and was named Consumer Digital Publisher of the Year at the annual Association of Online Publishers Awards – becoming the first magazine publisher to win the Award. Future also won the Grand Prix Award at the event in June. Its web and mobile sites deliver 160 million page impressions every month to over 30 million unique users*. Future delivers more than 100 digital editions and bespoke apps through the rapidly growing iPad platform and is developing product for new tablet devices coming on stream. Digital now accounts for a third of all Future’s commercial revenues. And its development of video on demand and apps is rightly regarded as market leading. Technology brand T3 is leading the way on iPad, becoming one of the top grossing apps in the UK and one of the very few five star apps in the world. The Future digital portfolio includes award winning and hugely respected brands including: techradar.com, cyclingnews.com, gamesradar.com, computerandvideogames.com, musicradar.com and bikeradar.com/.
source: comScore Digital Analytix, September 2011