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VIDEO: British Journal of Photography – in print since 1854

A lot has been said about photography, and journalism, in the digital age. We believe in, and are part of, an awful lot of it. But we also believe very deeply that photography, and photography journalism, is at its best in print. This conviction is backed by a long heritage. We’ve been printing and publishing photographers’ work since 1854 – that’s more than 160 years. We’ve charted the monumental impact of photography, from salt prints to Instagram, through ink and paper. It’s easy to get caught up in a sense of relentless change, in a fixation with speed and buzz and going viral. But maybe the photographers we feature deserve a little more; an element of permanence and tradition, a promise that we’ll do justice to their work. So, for the April edition of BJP, which we entitled Driven to Abstraction, we took a camera to the BJP’s printing press. We documented how long it took to create our magazine and how detailed the process was – even after the editorial team had finished up …

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