ISSUE #4 – MARCH 2016

Moshe LevisFirst Words

When we first started NOTINDOOR magazine we decided not to have print editions, for the simple reason of saving (or, not making more damage to) our beautiful planet. We still have that firm hand on the subject, but more and more people ask and request printed copies of NOTINDOOR photography magazine, so we have considered the request and are happy to announce that we will start print runs for our beautiful NOTINDOOR Photography Magazine. The printed issue will be made from recycled paper only, which can actually help the world since we’re reusing materials instead of burning them. Although we are happy moving in this direction, we have to think about the financial implications of such a big step. It will cost a lot more money to get the prints and extra team members, for you to keep receiving the best magazine quality ever. We have launched a crowdfunding campaign, on our website, to make sure there are enough interested readers, for us to take that big step towards printing the magazine. We have created a collection of attractive rewards for our backers, so please, go check NOTINDOOR print fundraiser campaign and show your love. If you can’t afford any of the rewards, simply share it with your friends and family. Until then, enjoy this month’s issue. Yours truly, Moshe Levis and the NOTINDOOR team

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Four-eyes Model

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Light Trail Photography

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