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British Journal of Photography launches iPad app

By Staff

19th December 2011

Category: Trade

The British Journal of Photography (BJP), the world’s longest-running photography magazine, has launched an iPad app.

Along with imagery, the BJP app provides an in-depth analysis of the latest visual trends, spotlights on new talent and reviews of the latest technology.

The app maximizes the iPad’s video capabilities, incorporate coverage of the converging stills/video market, and brings together the best from stills photography and motion technology. Up-to-the-minute live news from the BJP website will also be available, as well as the ability to share articles and other content via email and social media.

The app is available via iTunes for £6.99. A 50-page preview is also available as a free download.

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[img|jpg|Screenshot of the app]

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