The best continue to migrate: British Journal of Photography goes digital
It didn’t just happen yesterday. No doubt the decision came after much discussion.
This is an over 155 year photographic magazine. There is noting like holding a hard copy magazine or book in your hand. To see the layers of ink when the page is held at a certain angle, and the intense clarity when warranted by the photographer is it’s own joyful experience.
Time marches on. Kodak is bankrupt. The iPad is the tablet of choice for looking at visual materials, since the retina screen came about.
Heck, one of our other fave photo magazines, Aperture, went digital. Sure you have a choice, but now I have my own stack of mags on my tablet which is bare;y thicker that 2 stacked nickels.
And now this. The British Journal of Photography has added a digital version to their offerings.
The app is free (of course) and the Best of 2012 and Autumn 2011 are available for free.
Future issues have free previews.
There are a lot of photographic voices out there. We all, most likely, listen to a lot of them, for different reasons.
This pub was the first over 155 years ago. You’d serve yourself well to add them to your download list.