Photography, Asian Geography & Travel

July 16, 2007 at 5:41 am 1 comment

I recently found myself hooked on several magazines that have me rushing to the news stand whenever each month nearing it’s end. Magazine on my favorite list at the moment was Digital Camera Magazine (DCM), Asian GEOgraphic and ZERO DEGREES.

Magazine I loved
Magazine I love.

Digital Camera Magazine (DCM)
This magazine came into my reading when I started out EOS photography hobby. It happened to be the most resourceful magazine if you’re new into the EOS world as they tend to be an educational reading in exploring the EOS techniques and know-how. Most of times, the articles published were derived from the UK version. Although the article may be 2 months old, it is still a useful read as most articles are tutorial and it was anything but time critical. Besides, the Malaysia version cost only RM9 compared to Digital Camera Magazine UK which is almost 3 fold (RM 28.90). I haven’t missed an issue since getting myself hands on. To anyone who wished to get some useful magazine in digital camera know-how, particularly in EOS system, this magazine worth every cent you pay for.

Asian GEOgraphic
I came across this magazine while browsing at new stand, trying to find magazine that make interesting read for my newfound hobby – photography.

July 2007 article on Cambodia
July 2007 article on Cambodia

The main attraction of this magazine from Singapore was the terrific photographs in each and every of their issue, touching a range of topic related to the environment, wildlife and culture. One get to learn so much from this magazine as the stunning photographs accompany the featured articles to tell you a story that cry for attention from anyone who cares. Featuring articles ala National Geographic involving issues in the Asian region, this is definitely another magazine I’m holding on for sometime due to its awesome photographs quality and heartfelt writings about issue that was not our everyday matters.

ZERO DEGREES
The latest magazine that join in the list of magazine I’m following, ZERO DEGREES is a traveling/holiday read. Their latest issue (July 2007) capture my attention for their coverage of Summer Holiday in Malaysia that highlights various islands destination in our country.

ZERO
ZERO, July 2007

Highlighting various topics in holiday making, ZERO also make it a point to cater for readers who’s interested in budget traveling. Beside the list of recommended resorts/hotels in each location, there is also a recommended a list of hostels catering for backpackers if available. It makes a good read for anyone looking forward to travel in the country; if Paris looks too unreachable for you at the moment. After all, it’s Visit Malaysia Year 2007. Go on and get yourself a holiday!

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