When we first started this beautiful magazine we didn’t have much following. Nobody really knew what NOTINDOOR is or who we were, but we still had to try and run a Kickstarter campaign.
We are not ashamed to admit – that campaign wasn’t funded because we couldn’t reach our goal. We had no magazines to show our potential backers, only dreams and hopes.
It has been 10 months now and we have grown bigger. We have more following and thousands of happy subscribers. Our readers love this magazine for many reasons; they love the fact that we almost have no ads (and we are going to have NO ads at all), the layout of our articles, the articles, the photos that are submitted from all over the world, the fact that we are very responsive and personal and more.
This time around have a lot we can show and offer so we are going to run another Kickstarter campaign, at the end of August.
We have shot a pretty awesome video for it and are now in the editing phase. Can’t wait for you to see it.
If you have any suggestions regarding our upcoming campaign please feel free to email us to email@example.com
Other than that, we have been working hard on making our website easier to navigate and much more friendly. Everybody loves the new layout a lot more. Yay!
In this month’s issue you’ll find an exclusive interview with photographer Lara Zankoul and great articles from new and regular writers. Some of them discuss saving our national parks through photography, what is the secret sauce for black and white photography, experiencing the beautiful Munich underground subway system and more.
Plus, we have two stunning portfolios to show, from two talented Australian photographers.
We hope you’ll enjoy this issue and can’t wait for the next one already.
Until the next time,
Moshe Levis and the NOTINDOOR team
article by John Fredricks On April 25th, 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake centered in Nepal’s Gorkha region stuck the nation killing almost 9000 people and injuring over 21000 throughout the nation and it’s neighbors. Immediately after, a coalition of countries from...read more
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article by Alicia Donovan Our responsibility to our National Parks It has hit the headlines in recent weeks that our National Parks may well be corporatized, where corporations feel they own the rights to rename parts of the parks, rather than the parks being owned by...read more