British Journal of Photography launches IPad App

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For the latest intelligence on contemporary photography across the globe, look no further than British Journal of Photography. Explore an expansive range of exceptional photographs from the world’s leading professionals as well as rising talent and go behind the image with exclusive interviews, in-depth profiles, immersive portfolios and detailed tests and reviews.

The BJP app is much more than just a PDF version of the print magazine. It is a tailor-made experience for the digital environment, making full use of the iPad’s user-intuitive navigational tools and spectacular display. With highlights from the monthly print edition alongside unique features, engaging articles and extended photo galleries, the BJP iPad application brings the world of photography to your fingertips in a visually stunning Quarterly format.

Exhibiting key editorial from the print magazine, the app is even richer in enhanced content, including multimedia features, extended projects and expanded agenda and exhibition sections. Exploiting the iPad’s design for photo viewing, the BJP app overflows with striking photographs giving way to full-screen portfolios and allowing users to be absorbed into the wealth of photography on offer.

Along with high-impact imagery, the BJP app provides in-depth analysis of the photography industry’s latest technology, reporting essential intelligence on new trends as well as detailed reviews of the latest equipment. Maximising the iPad’s video capabilities, BJP incorporates unrivalled coverage of the emerging HD-DSLR video market, bringing together the best from stills photography as well as motion technology shot on HD digital cameras.

Issue One of the BJP for iPad launches worldwide on the 7th of September. To get your copy, click here.

Creative Review has a review of the app over here.