Media Bulletin

British Journal of Photography returns to monthly roots

By Laihan Burr Dixon

25th February 2010

Category: Trade

Incisive Media’s British Journal of Photography returns to its monthly roots and reveals a new look.

The photography magazine’s relaunch unveils a complete redesign that gives primacy to photographs and allows for longer, more in-depth articles, a new monthly format and improved photographic reproduction.

There will be increased focus on the creative impetus of professional photographers, profiles on emerging talent alongside star names, a new picture-led Portfolio section, and reports on visual trends, together with more in-depth analysis of business matters and technology reviews.

There are two brand new sections. ‘Projects’ showcases new photographic series of work and ‘Intelligence’ is devoted to opinion about new trends and issues.

The new-look British Journal of Photography is available on 3 March.

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