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issue 11: first sneak peek!

creative wedding photography using new and vintage cameras We are putting the finishing touches on Issue 11: 'The You Issue' this week and are so excited about this article collection, completely inspired by our readers and the solid input from our last reader survey and suggestions. Every single feature came from Design Aglow's magazine fans and we think our peeps really know all about good content...we were blown away by all your amazing ideas, thank you. One of our favorite articles of all time is from One Love Photo, which discusses the myriad of cameras they incorporate into their photography, with specific information and examples of each one. We are so inspired to get out and experiment in new ways and we think you will be too!


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