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Practical Photography

Practical Photography
File:Practical Photography cover 175.jpg
50th Anniversary cover
Editor Ben Hawkins
Categories Photography
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Bauer Consumer Media
First issue 1959
Country  GBR
Language English
Website Practical Photography

Practical Photography is a monthly UK photography magazine established in 1959,[1] owned by Bauer Media Group since it was acquired from EMAP in 2008.[2]

The magazine includes articles on photographic products, techniques and includes advice, as well as exhibiting and commenting on reader's photographs, and profiling professional photographers. It also hosts an annual 'Photographer of the Year' competition between January and July, in which readers may enter. The current editor is Ben Hawkins, and the staff experts are James Abbott, Tim Berry and Lola Dack.

Practical Photography's website is, and its Facebook page is

Regular Writers

Regular writers for the magazine include:

  • David Noton a professional photographer and writer who specialises in Landscape Photography.
  • David Lam, who covers fashion photography.
  • Brian Matthews, a semi-professional wildlife photographer.
  • Chris Rutter, a professional photographer and writer who specialises on technique and composition.[1]

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