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Conserving wildlife for ecotourism and photography is by no means cheap. Whether you're a happy snapper or an award-winning professional, pictures taken from a commercial hide or Safari holiday adventure come at a significant cost when you take in account booking fees, travel expenses, using a guide or insuring your equipment. Even amateur enthusiasts need a way of making their day-to-day photography sustainable. One method of doing so is by the creative use of publishing software to improve one's chances of a consumer goal.
With original poetry and genuine stories, Magazine is a gallery mock-up of where every serious photographer would like their work to be: saleable, in print and widely distributed. It's also a place to show how images can be interpreted and utilised to further a demand for more of one's work.

You can always judge a good magazine by its cover, even if said magazine doesn't exist! However, with a little imagination and the right kind of publishing software it's possible to create a sales driver image to unlock the selling potential of any book or brochure from front to back, with a modicum of words on the pages between.

Despite a major consumer online shift from text to imagery, the beauty of nature and a love for the natural world is still a great source of inspiration for many writers and poets today. However, as the internet becomes more visual, poetry and prose may no longer be the more fashionable means by which to evoke a sense of awe and wonder for secluded woodlands and lonely shores. In a complex turbulent world, dogged by poverty, war, climate change and species-loss, the desire to share what matters most is no less urgent. Hence the need for more fascinating and faster online visual content.

There is pleasure in the pathless woods,
There is rapture on the lonely shore,
There is society, where none intrude,
By the deep sea, and music in its roar,
I love not man the less, but nature more.

Lord Byron, 22 January 1788 – 19 April 1824
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