To mark its recent redesign and return as a monthly publication, the Telegraph has a slideshow of past covers and pages from the British Journal of Photography.
The British Journal of Photography has relaunched its print magazine with a return to a monthly format from 3 March.
The 156-year-old title was originally launched as a monthly in 1854. It will now feature two new sections: “‘Projects’, which showcases new photographic series of work; and ‘Intelligence’, devoted to opinion about new trends and issues.”
The revamp will be backed by an aggressive subscription drive and a push to increase copies on international news stands, says the title.
“We believe that print magazines have a positive future, so when we began thinking about what we could deliver as a monthly, we decided to play to the strengths of print. While many magazines are cutting costs and chasing readers that now have an allegedly shorter attention span, we are investing, rewarding them with a redesigned magazine that uses higher quality paper, has superior reproduction techniques and delivers more depth,” says editor Simon Bainbridge in a release.
The Independent newspaper has apologised, “after it was accused of breach of copyright for publishing a Flickr stream of images which included at least one ‘All Rights Reserved’ photo of the snow,” reports the British Journal of Photography.
(The photographer, Peter Zabulis, who challenged the Independent has more detail at this link)
The British Journal of Photography in partnership with the Association of Photographers is calling for entries for its fifth annual award.
There are two award categories this year: one recognising a single outstanding image; the other an exceptional body of work.
Anyone of any country can enter and there is no theme. Photographs can be captured in any format, film or digital, and can be of any style or genre.
The prize fund is worth more than £13,000 with the winner of the single image category receiving a SIGMA DP2 professional compact camera and the winner of the body of work category receiving a LEAF CAMERA (the exact model TBC).
The winning work of both categories will be given a solo show at a leading London photography gallery, printed by one of Europe’s top fine art laboratories. Both winners will also feature in the British Journal of Photography.
Entry is £25 for the series category, and £5 per single image. Photographers are welcome to enter both competitions, and to enter more than one body or work or image.
The deadline is September 11 2009. Full details of how to enter and the criteria are available at this link.