Popular Photography & Imaging

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Popular Photography & Imaging (often simply referred to as Popular Photography) is a monthly American consumer magazine for photographers, containing articles on such matter as the latest camera equipment, how-to guides, and examples of work by professionals.

Popular Photography & Imaging and furry[edit]

July 2007 issue of Popular Photography & Imaging

The "Back Story" feature of the July, 2007, edition of Popular Photography includes a photograph of fursuiter Trigger Happy Squirrel with his costume head removed.

The photograph was taken by photographer Colby Katz, whose photographs of fursuits previously appeared in the November, 2004, issue of Tokion magazine.

In the text accompanying the photo, Katz says she met Trigger Happy at San Diego Comic Con in 2004, and took the photo afterwards at a mini furmeet.

External links[edit]

  • Contents page of the June 2007 edition of Popular Photography, on the popphoto.com website (retrieved July 1st 2007) (not found)
  • Back Story section of the June 2007 edition, on the popphoto.com website (retrieved June 1st, 2007)