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Mare magazine English version

hello all, I’m passing this message on:

today mare, the magazine of the oceans is starting with its first english online issue looking for subscibers on the international market. Award winning for layout, classic photoessay and great texts, the magazine is now also awailable for all english speakers.

go: http://www.mare.de/
then click on "english version"

An annual subscription (6 issues) costs you only:
in Germany, Switzerland, Austria: 39.- Euro (including shipping!)
within rest of Europe: Euro 39.- (plus 7,80 Euro p.a. for shipping) = Euro 46,80
subscription overseas (rest of the world): Euro 39.- (plus 41,10 Euro p.a. for shipping)= Euro 80,10

You will get the german hardcopy and an english pdf version of the texts online.

Please forward this e-mail to all your friends, photographers, publishers, agents, galerist and others, who will fall in love with a high quality magazine like mare.
help to save mare magazine and get your subscription today!

Cordially, Barbara

mare- Die Zeitschrift der Meere
Barbara Stauss
Bildredaktion/ Photoeditor

Oranienstrasse 10 – 11
D – 10997 Berlin

by teru kuwayama at 2005-11-22 09:07:02 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) NYC , United States | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Fantastic, I spend about 1/4 of my year at sea. Thing is, when i go to buy it, it says it’s the german version.

by Dave Walsh | 22 Nov 2005 10:11 | London, United Kingdom | | Report spam→
Thanks Teru for letting us know! Dave, as I understood the text on their website you’ll get the German magazine if you subscribe but can download the english versions of the text as a PDF every time a new issue comes out.

Interesting concept to distribute the main language version of the magazine with a subscription but offer a translation of the text as a PDF… Generally I have to say that MARE is by far my most favourite magazine. They have very, very interesting topics and everything works together so well. They work with some of the best photographers in the world. The quality of the published photographs is very high, the authors write really great text, the layout of the magazine contributes to each single article and the printing quality is very good as well.

They are one of the few magazines left who publish stories not only on a couple of pages but often publish them over ten, twelf, fourteen pages!

Anyone at Lightstalkers ever shot for Mare? Would like to hear about that…


by [former member] | 22 Nov 2005 11:11 | Vienna, Austria | | Report spam→
Just to chime in with Martin — if any Lightstalkers members have shot (or written) for Mare, be sure to put it up under your "Publications". Down the line, it could be a useful piece of context for other photographers, etc…

by Shinji Kuwayama | 22 Nov 2005 12:11 | New York City, United States | | Report spam→
That’s absolutely right, Martin. The quality of Mare is well above 99 % of publications in Germany. Especially when it comes to photography. For me, it’s even better than GEO or NG. I wish, there would be such a magazin for general social reportages.

In the last issue there was a story of Joachim Ladefoged. He is a (well, not very active) Lightstalkers member.


by Daniel Etter | 22 Nov 2005 14:11 | Cologne, Germany | | Report spam→

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