Obviously print magazines (of any category) are much less common in the digital age. A few persist and some of us like the tactile feel of holding a magazine. Some of the more mainstream photo magazines I am not sorry to see go (Popular Photography, Shutterbug, Peterson's Photographic) because I quickly outgrew them. It seemed like they would repeat (on an annual basis) the same beginner topics. I mean articles like "Why you need a wide angle lens" or "Ten reasons you need a tripod" or "Must have filters". I recently took a chance on a large shrink-wrapped mainstream magazine printed in England (bought at Barnes & Noble) and it was the same thing and a waste of money.
What I like are magazines that have feature stories on specific photographers or interesting places to photograph. I am wondering how many of you have favorites like this that are still printed? I will list a few I know of.
Really Right Stuff (the high-end American tripod company) does an annual magazine called Light & Shadow. 2020 was their fifth issue and you can call them to request a print copy or download a PDF of this and all previous copies for free on their website. BTW I bought a RRS tripod and ball head last September and they really do live up to the hype.
Travel Africa is printed in England (but available in USA at Barnes & Noble). It is not specifically a photo magazine, but most of the (well illustrated) articles deal with safari options and it is an invaluable guide for those planning or dreaming of a photo safari.
Nature's Best Photography is published twice a year and features stunning photos. These include the winners of their annual contest that is also exhibited at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. I used to see this for sale at Barnes & Noble but now I think it is only available by subscription.