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First launched on the iPad in 2011, British Journal of Photography has today unveiled a new enhanced and universal iOS app that will offer dedicated interactive experiences for the iPad and the iPhone...
BJP 01 May 2013
Ten years after the start of the Iraq invasion, photojournalist Geert van Kesteren is revisiting his celebrated photobook Why Mister, Why? in an iPad app. He speaks with Olivier Laurent
Books 17 Apr 2013
Marksta, a watermarking app designed by photojournalist John D McHugh, has been updated, allowing photographers to add IPTC metadata to their images
Accessories 18 Mar 2013
For BJP's Spring iPad issue, we met with photography legends William Eggleston, Sebastião Salgado and Tom Wood. Download the special issue now
BJP 15 Mar 2013
BJP selects the best iPad apps of the year for photographers - from Reuters to Adobe, William Klein to Elliott Erwitt.
Media 29 Dec 2012
Ever since Apple released its iPad in 2010, photographers have been studying the possibilities this device offers to reach new audiences. Yet publishing an app remains a costly endeavour, with limited...
Photojournalism 01 Oct 2012
British Journal of Photography has released its iPad Issue 5, featuring the first interview with Daido Moriyama, ahead of his blockbuster Tate Modern show with William Klein
BJP 14 Sep 2012
Once Magazine, which launched a year ago at Visa pour l'Image, promised to offer a new revenue stream for photographers by publishing their work on the iPad. Last month, however, Once closed its doors....
Media 04 Sep 2012
The Guardian has relaunched its Eyewitness iPad app, adding a new premium, in-app service that offers more visual content for £1.49 a month
Media 16 Aug 2012
Earlier this month, Auto de Fe launched on the iPad, offering photographers a new way to reach wider audiences while sharing some of the profits
Media 17 Jul 2012
British Journal of Photography's award-winning iPad app is back on Apple's Newsstands as Issue 4 is released, packing more than 200 pages and 20 minutes of content
BJP 15 Jun 2012
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