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Periodicals

There are print and online publications targeted specifically at the preK-12 photo-education community, plus others relevant to it. Even those that appear in print usually have a substantial online presence as well, often augmenting their print content substantially; hence we’ve sometimes listed them in both categories.

Print

  • LensWork_logoLensWork: One of the best “little” magazines in the field, LensWork appears bimonthly in both print and CD-ROM “extended” formats. Editorially, it emphasizes clear, non-jargonized prose, making it accessible to the average high-school student. Profiles, interviews, and articles on technical issues. The publishing project includes a book division, some of whose titles include material that might prove suitable for high-school readers, all of it useful for teachers. As a bonus, the website offers an assortment of free podcasts.
  • pdnedu logoPDN Edu: published by Photo District NewsPDN Edu appears twice a year, February and September. Subscriptions are free; you can get copies delivered in bulk to your program. They also publish an online “digital edition.” Primarily oriented toward college-level users, but intended also for use at the high-school level.
  • American Photo logoAmerican Photo On Campus: published by American PhotoAP On Campus appears twice a year, Spring and Fall. Similar in format and content to PDN Edu. Subscriptions are free; you can get copies delivered in bulk to your program. They also publish an online “digital edition.” Primarily oriented toward college-level users, but intended also for use at the high-school level. Call (212) 767-6273. (No substantial website for this publication; the link above just takes you to a brief descriptive note at the American Photo website.)
  • PhotoEd logoPhoto Ed: Published by the Photo Educators’ Forum in Canada, an organization for secondary school tachers, this magazine comes out three times a year. Subscription required; special price on class sets of 20 or more.They also publish a Guide to Photography intended to serve as an introductory textbook for high-school classes (special price on class sets of 20 or more of the Guide as well).

Online

  • Apogee Photo Magazine logoApogee Photo: Online since 1995, self-described as “the Internet’s photography magazine . . . designed to inform and entertain photographers of all ages and levels,” Apogee includes interviews, profiles, and articles on technical subjects, some of them in a “Photography for Beginners” section.
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