Living Magazine Cover and Spread – Outside Magazine

Photographer Alexx Henry and his team show you how a magazine might look in the not-so-distant future with the October cover and spread for Outside Magazine….
Video Rating: 4 / 5

24 Replies to “Living Magazine Cover and Spread – Outside Magazine”

  1. More likely we’ll see flexible computers similar in shape and function to the iPad replace physical newspapers and magazines entirely. All content will be downloaded directly to our devices that can be folded or bent for easier storage and seamlessly expanded when we want to use them.

  2. I do both as well. I regard the motion picture industry highly, and most of my friends work in it. I wasn’t saying anything negative about motion pictures in general, but taking over one of the last mediums where still photography survives makes me angry. It doesn’t matter how many snobby photographers you’ve met, the fact remains that it is a dying medium.

  3. Devalue photography? Sorry but that is one of the most ridiculous statements I have heard in a long time and just about sums up stills photographer snobbery towards people who work in the motion picture and video industry. As someone who does both I can tell you that while there are different skill sets at work, creating great video and motion pictures takes a damn sight more skill and knowledge than any stills work.

  4. exactly nsthankiya! i don’t see magazines paying for these types of productions on a monthly basis vs. buying still photos for their prints (not even taking into account the costs of the actual technology and the “screenlike” pages)

  5. So basically you want to devalue photography by making everything into motion pictures. I’m pretty sure this isn’t a new concept. If we want to see the world in motion, why wouldn’t we just look around? Or go on YouTube. A moving magazine would probably give me a headache.

  6. hooray even more moving and blinking in our lives. Can’t wait for it. Who wants to read an article in a magazine with the rest of the page moving around? Pretty distracting, isn’t it. Amazing technology, but it should be implemented in more useful environments than a journal.

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