A press photographer has launched a new picture-based monthly magazine to reflect life in his city.
Brian Anderson, who spent 13 years at the News of the World before its demise, has created Glasgow Eyes, which is set to hit the streets this week.
The first 32-page edition of the A5 magazine, pictured below, will be sold at independent retailers and will have an initial print run of 10,000.
It has an introductory price of £2 and features exclusive pictures of music icon Pete Doherty in issue 1.
Brian, who has spent more than 20 years in the industry, has launched the magazine in print for the first time after the success of four digital versions he has produced.
Glasgow Eyes aims to reflect the styles of the former Life and Picture Post magazines, which both focused on photojournalism.
Brian, who works on the magazine single-handedly, said: “Glasgow Eyes will be the first ever picture magazine for the city and will feature news, reportage, street music and showbiz, as well as Glasgow life in all its forms.
“The reason for the magazine is to emphasise the craft of pure photography in an ever decreasing and devalued profession (the press photographer) and to document my city in all its forms
“The magazine is dedicated to Glaswegians everywhere.”
He also plans to get big supermarket chains involved in selling the magazine in future.