British Journal of Photography is published in the UK by Incisive Media. Contact information can be found here.
The magazine is published monthly and has a circulation of 8,015 copies, audited by ABC.
Established in 1854, British Journal of Photography is the world's longest-running photography magazine. Published weekly from 1864, on 3rd March 2010 British Journal of Photography re-launched with a sleek new look and an injection of new editorial sections, returning to its original monthly roots.
The new design plays to the strengths of print with premium-quality paper and improved reproduction techniques. More primacy is given to photographs as well as in-depth articles, with the focus shifting from news-driven content to the creative impetus of professional photography. Each issue features profiles of emerging talent alongside star names, a picture-led Portfolio section, business analysis and detailed technology reviews.
BJP-online.com complements the deeper analysis of the print magazine with topical content that is updated daily, including news articles, informational resources, community galleries, forums and comment tools. We are in the process of developing multimedia areas on the site which will feature slide shows as well as video. While the current website is open to all, in about six weeks' time we will launch a subscriber-only section, allowing subscribers exclusive access to archived content as well as previews and newly-published special features.
© Incisive Media Investments Limited, published by Incisive Financial Publishing Limited, Haymarket House, 28-29 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4RX, are companies registered in England and Wales with company registration numbers 04252091 & 04252093.
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