Premium members click here to login and download this issue
Please allow the page to refresh before you can start the download
Twelve wonderful years
It seems like yesterday, and yet it was long ago. 14 years ago, I was just another subscriber to the existing photo magazines which regurgitated the same content year after year. Different images and slightly different text, but the content was always the same.
It took me just over a year to realise it. I desperately sought a magazine with new, refreshing content, but none was in the market. Instead, they all served the same old cliche style which suited them.
I had had enough. It was time to take action. So I worked on the idea of a ‘digital’ magazine, a downloadable PDF file with content so refreshing that it felt like an early morning breeze.
A year later and the idea was put into practice. On the 1st of March 2011, Landscape Photography Magazine was launched. It was challenging to pull it off – hard work with tough competition, hostility and dirty wars by other publications via social media (we were clearly a threat), but we managed it. We concentrated on the content and how we could deliver it in a lower and more compelling package. Success was inevitable.
Looking back, I can clearly say that it was the right decision. So many of the other magazines do not exist any more, but LPM is growing stronger every year.
A big thank you to all our members, and here’s to the next 12 years of success.
Subscribe to our VIP membership. Create your Personal Portfolio Page and let us share your pictures with over 300,000 members and followers.
Dimitri Vasileiou • Editor
Benefits of VIP membership:
• Your Personal Portfolio Page – click here to see sample
• We promote all your uploaded pictures to over 300,000 followers
• Download all new issues of the magazine every year
• Download all back issues
• Download premium eBooks worth £19.45.
• Your pictures stay attached to your Personal Portfolio Page forever
• Fast Support – we aim to reply within 12 hours
• Submission Priority – your submission goes to the front of the queue