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Top 11 iPhone Photography Magazines

Well, as you know we recently ran a feature with the top photography magazines to view on your iPad, well now we are doing the same with the iPhone. Many of the photography magazines are not universal apps, so they are on either/or device. Here are the best ones you can read on your iPhone right now but it is certainly more difficult to find magazines for iPhone over the iPad, but I guess that is not too surprising.

Nature Photo Magazine

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Nature Photo Magazine is a magazine only for iPhone/iPod Touch. The contents include amazing nature landscape wallpaper and more about photographic articles by experts.

- Just pay only one time, Update always FREE
- Every three weeks for updating
- This app includes a lovable function: Banner Free MobileSafari.

Price: $0.99/Download

Distill Magazine - photography from the best fashion & style magazines

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Distill Magazine is a digest of the best photography and design from the international style and fashion press (including: A Magazine, Acne Paper, Big Man, Dansk, Exit, Fashion Tale, Hercules, Huge, Interview, Lemon, Man about town, Men’s File, Muse, Numero, Please, Ponytail, The Room, Rubbish, S Mag, Sang Bleu, Sleek, Slurp, Soon, Swallow, Tokion, V, Volt, Vice, WAD, Wound, Zink and many others).

Distill showcases the most original, innovative and accomplished fashion, style and visual arts shoots currently being created anywhere in the world. Distill is a magazine application developed for the iPhone & iPod Touch.

Price: $4.99/Download

Digital Camera Essentials Magazine

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The UK’s premier Digital Camera Essentials’ guide, Digital Camera Essentials is the magazine for all your shopping and shooting needs. Every issue, Digital Camera Essentials is packed full of essential news for the beginner or enthusiast photographer. From how to shoot your best ever shots and perfect them in post-production, to in-depth and honest reviews of all the latest compacts, DSLRs, lenses, peripherals and more. Plus, all the current digital cameras are listed in our comprehensive, 25-page buyers’ guide, helping to ensure you pick the right camera for your needs.

Price: $1.99/Download

foto news now

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Foto news now combines Photography Monthly and Professional Photographer magazines in one great app. Browse through the daily updated photo news from the world of photography, read features from the latest issues, watch videos and listen to podcasts by industry professionals. Access hundreds of high-quality photos in the gallery and portfolio sections, share content with friends and enter competitions. This is a great app for anyone who is passionate about photography, from the enthusiast to the professional.

Price: $2.99/Download

Digital Artist Magazine

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Digital Artist is the perfect magazine for anyone who uses their computer as a canvas. It is the only community-focussed magazine to cover all art styles and all art software, making each issue a medley of breathtaking images to inspire you to create your own.

Price: $1.99/Download

Photoshop® Creative Magazine

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Photoshop® Creative is the perfect magazine for learning more about Adobe’s outstanding application. Each issue is packed with inspirational tutorials covering the whole scope of the software, from creative projects, to practical guides to using tools and techniques. Readers also benefit from a collectable CD-ROM each issue. Whatever you use Photoshop for, Photoshop creative will help you become a better digital artist.

Price: $1.99/Download

Digital Photographer Magazine

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Launched in 2002, Digital Photographer is the ultimate monthly photography magazine, delivering indispensable, practical and hands-on shooting advice. Aimed at digital enthusiasts and professional photographers, Digital Photographer features the latest high-end kit reviews, expert interviews, practical shooting advice and image-editing tutorials to help you become a better photographer. Also showcasing a selection of images from DP readers every month.

Price: $1.99/Download

Vanity Fair Magazine

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Vanity Fair’s high-profile interviews, stunning photography, and thought-provoking features on the world’s most engaging people, places, and scandals are available on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch NOW! In addition to the complete October issue, you’ll get bonus photographs and video extras. Plus, find previous months’ issues available for sale in your in-app Store. Best of all, you can use the app two ways: turn it horizontally to swipe through a digital replica of the entire print version, or hold it vertically for an interactive reading experience.

Price: $4.99/Download

GQ Magazine

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Look Sharp. Live Smart. Right now. Download the latest issue of GQ + app-exclusive photos and videos you won’t find in the magazine. This app download includes your handy reader, a library feature, AND the complete current issue (October). And best of all, you'll experience it in two ways: Hold it vertically for an iPhone-friendly reading experience, or turn it horizontally and swipe through a digital replica of the entire print version just like you’re used to.

Price: $4.99/Download

Wired Product Reviews

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Feed your gadget lust on the go with the Wired Product Reviews app. Get Wired.com's daily reviews of the latest consumer electronics, gadgets, cars, gaming gear and more.

Each hands-on review includes detailed product information, key specs, Wired's rating and the list price -- all with top-quality photos. Download now to effortlessly navigate hundreds of reviews, from laptops to Lamborghinis.

Free/Download

Architect Magazine Mobile Reader

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ARCHITECT speaks to today's architects with coverage of the most significant developments in architectural design, technology, and business. Each issue includes photography and drawings of major building projects, peer-to-peer advice on professional practice, and emerging trends in materials and products.

Free/Download

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