Photofile - Future Direction
The Australian Centre for Photography is pleased to announce that Photofile will again be published in hard cover in 2012 and launched digitally later in the year.
Photofile has always moved with the times. From a photo-community newspaper, to an A4 periodical and ultimately a journal in the Eighties. In the Nineties Photofile began to develop into a more mainstream magazine which in the last decade, has increased in scale and moved to newsstands.
The Australian Centre for Photography has published Photofile in one form or another for nearly three decades and during this time it has developed responsively to meet the changing needs and expectations of its ever evolving audience.
To continue fulfilling this role we are planning to migrate Photofile from its essentially static print form to an effectively dynamic digital medium. This next incarnation of Photofile will not be simply a web-based magazine, it will be much more, designed for a multifaceted online experience and providing both immediacy and interactivity.
And best of all, it will be free to use.
For all enquires regarding previous or current subscriptions, please email email@example.com or mail to Australian Centre for Photography, 257 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021.
If you would like to be kept informed about the development of Photofile please join our e-list at: http://tmp.acp.org.au/e-list/. We also seek readers' active feedback on potential new ideas and suggestions, so please feel free to leave comments below.
We look forward to sharing the new Photofile experience with you in the coming years and reaching out nationally and internationally to a much wider community.
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