Photography Week

Photography Week

By Future plc

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2012-09-27
  • Current Version: 7.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 23.50 MB
  • Developer: Future plc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 4.6212
From 66 Ratings


Photography Week is digital magazine that’s exclusively designed from the ground up for iPad and iPhone users with a passion for photography. Each issue of Photography Week is designed to help you become a better photographer and get the most out of your camera. Innovative technique guides and instructional videos show you how to do more with your digital camera and Photoshop, while galleries of beautiful imagery will inspire you to try something new. We also bring you the latest news, reviews and opinions from the photography world. Photography Week is a genuinely social magazine and you’ll play a big role in helping us put it together. Whether you’re sending us photos, taking part in our regular photo challenges on Facebook or having your say on the issues that matter, your input is vital. Better still, social media functionality is built-in, enabling you to share content with your friends and family with a couple of taps. Photography Week tells you exactly what you need to know every Thursday. It’s your weekly photo fix. Join thousands of others and download our free app now! ------------------- Once you’ve downloaded our app, you will need to take a free trial or purchase a single issue or subscription to access our in-depth content. We also publish specials and guides - browse our publications, read what interests you most, and get inspired. Back issues, specials, and future issues are available for purchase within the app. Subscriptions are available on various monthly and annual terms, and auto-renew until you decide to cancel it. Check inside the app for current pricing. *** Please Note: Our digital edition is not printable and does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with the print edition *** • The free trial offer is only available to new subscribers. If you have previously subscribed then payment will be taken immediately. • You can cancel at any time during the free trial period and you will not be charged. Simply turn off auto-renew in your Apple account subscriptions page at least 24 hours before the auto-renew is due. • Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. • Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. • You will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, for the same duration and at the current subscription rate for that product. • You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase . • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. This does not affect your statutory rights. • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. • We will be collecting information about your use of the app both when you are online and offline. To find out more please see our privacy policy. The subscription will include the current issue if you don't already own it and subsequently published future issues for the duration of your subscription period. ------------------- By purchasing a subscription or downloading an app you agree that you have read and accept Future Publishing Ltd's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use:



  • Weekly Diversion

    By platinumjstrain
    Week in and week out, I look forward to the release of this short magazine. Often there are helpful tips, reviews and news shorts. The most consistent thing I enjoy is the gallery - readers' pictures that are at least interesting and sometimes inspirational.
  • Once great, now tediously terrible

    By TreoRenegade
    I've subscribed for 2+ years, but recently turned off my annual September auto-renew. Changes amount to still more in-your-face obtrusive popups, advertising a sister zine, quiz or buying older editions of this zine. What was once smooth operation is now a sputtering mess. In short, these folks no longer respect the reader, which shows at every turn. I'm off to find another photog zine. This one is now on my blacklist.
  • Horrible

    By TheoDetroit
    I paid for the Canon Guide book and also for ALL back issues and it took almost 3 days to download the magazines. I have a 125mbps connection so it's not that. The app constantly freezes and restarts downloads. Definitely not renewing my subscription. I emailed their support and never received and answer.
  • Glad my subscription is up next month..

    By Tondogg
    Do they actually test drive updates before releasing? It literally takes 10-15 mins and that just takes me to an ad that I have to X out then about another 5 mins to get to the magazines where you then have to download the issue.
  • Worst update ever

    By YVKR5768
    Since the last update, the app freezes. Cannot read nor download.
  • Great app for photo addict!

    By jpncar
    Love it, good to learn trick.....
  • Nothing is free!

    By WayTooBigToBeReal
    Just a trick app to get subscribers to sign up for the expensive paid version. No ⭐️s
  • Horrible performance

    By Rs4987
    Last update rendered the app unusable
  • Awesome Mag

    By Facebook Tabs
    I just LOVE this mag!!! It keeps me up to date on all dig. Photo related news. It's the BEST. Just do it, you'll LOVE it too😍
  • Focused, timely, relevant guidance for enthusiasts and aspiring amateurs

    By johnhmoody
    As the first photography magazine subscription I've ever purchased, each issue of Photography Week focuses on one specific technique, style or creative challenge, which keeps me inspired and motivated to get out and master that week's subject. Monthly photography magazines have often overwhelmed me with possible challenges and assignments in a single issue, and I never find the time to learn all of them. However, Photography Week succeeds perfectly at isolating the myriad of potential subjects to one topic per issue. Photography Week doesn't feel like a magazine. It feels like a photography program at a world-renowned art institute, and I look forward to every issue like the next session of class.