About Amateur Photographer
Amateur Photographer is the world’s oldest consumer weekly photographic magazine, first published in October 1884, staffed by people with years of experience in the photography industry, with expert writers, reviewers, and most importantly photographers who love photography in all forms. AP (as it is affectionately known to its readers) is the bible for both amateur and professional photo-enthusiasts and photographers around the world. It has helped generations of photographers to improve their skills, as well as learn all about photography kit, both new and old, with our in-depth reviews.
Look out for AP in your newsagent on sale EVERY week, it’s always the first with the latest news and reviews on cameras and equipment, and is a great place to find all the latest deals and offers from retailers. Written by industry experts in the world of photography, you know you can trust AP to bring you detailed and accurate information.
Amateur Photographer magazine is also available in digital format.
MEET THE TEAM
Group Editor (email@example.com)
Nigel studied photography at Plymouth College of Art & Design and the University of Westminster and worked as a professional photographer for ten years before joining Amateur Photographer magazine in 1994. He was appointed editor of What Digital Camera in 2002, and Editor of Amateur Photographer in 2013. He has also written and edited several books on photography. His personal website is at www.nigelatherton.com
Deputy Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Geoff is the Deputy Editor of AP and a veteran photography journalist with over 20 years magazine experience. He is the former editor of Digital Camera and PhotoPlus magazines, and is also a keen photographer in its own right. Geoff reached the finals of the 2016 Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year competition, and also runs a successful wedding and portrait photography business in his spare time.
Technical Editor (email@example.com)
After a first career in scientific research at Oxford and Leicester universities, Andy changed tack entirely in 2007, and joined the Digital Photography Review website. Initially he was responsible for introducing lens reviews to the site, co-designing a new testing system and graphical data display widget, before branching out to writing camera reviews too. Andy joined Amateur Photographer in 2014, and as technical editor is responsible for reviews of the huge number of cameras, lenses and photographic accessories that come through our door.
Features Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Amy is a highly experienced photography and technology journalist who has been working on AP since 2018. She is a graduate of the magazine journalism course at Cardiff University and has written for a wide range of publications and websites. She is currently responsible for commissioning an eclectic mix of features connected to general photography, along with interviews, and is also an expert on smartphone photography and smartphones generally.
Hollie Latham Hucker
Technique Editor (email@example.com)
Hollie is another highly experienced photography journalist who also studied photography at university. She is responsible for commissioning a wide range of technical ‘how to’ content for AP, including interviews with top photographers and also helps to administer our annual APOY competition.
Online Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Joshua Waller has been reviewing cameras since 2004, originally setting up the online review site DigiCamReview. Following this he joined ePHOTOzine in 2011 as Technical Editor where he was in charge of reviews, and setting up a detailed test system. Josh joined Amateur Photographer in 2021, and as Online Editor, is responsible for bringing great content to the site, as well as reviewing cameras, lenses, smartphones and more.
Deputy Online Editor (email@example.com)
Jessica studied Fine Art at Loughborough University, where she specialised in photography and graduated in 2017. Following this she went on to manage the social media at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation, and West Dean Gardens. In 2020, Jessica also studied MA Museums, Galleries and Contemporary Culture at University of Westminster and curated online photography exhibition, Materiality Exposed. She joined Amateur Photographer in 2021 and is responsible for managing AP’s social media and creating web content.
Isabella Ruffatti studied Journalism with Creative Writing at Kingston University, where she took up photojournalism and street photography and graduated in 2020. She is responsible for uploading content, as well as updating and writing online content for AP.
EISA – Expert Imaging and Sound Association
Amateur Photographer is a founder member of the Expert Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) which was formed in 1982 by the editors-in-chief of five European photo magazines came together to select a European Camera of the Year.
Since then it has grown to become a unique association or 59 special interest magazines and websites around the world covering the fields of photography, video, hifi, home theatre, in-car and mobile electronics. Every year EISA presents the EISA Awards for the best products in each of these fields, as voted for by the members.
For more information on EISA visit www.eisa.eu