For our December issue, we feature four photographers who each focus on an aspect of contemporary American society, from Andres Gonzalez’ exploration of mass shootings in US schools to Eli Durst’s oblique study of community
This month we visit Garry Fabian Miller at the end of an era — as he works his way through his last 100 sheets of Cibachrome.
As the UK lurches towards a possible extension of the Brexit deadline, British Journal of Photography’s annual Portrait Issue returns with a selection of images from this year’s Portrait of Britain award
For our annual talent issue, we introduce this year’s Ones To Watch: 19 emerging photographers drawn from 750 nominations made by our global network of experts
BJP’s annual Cool + Noteworthy issue is back, presenting the people, places and projects that have caught our eye over the past year.
Among this year’s noteworthies is the photographer behind our cover story, Tyler Mitchell, who became the first black cover photographer of American Vogue when he shot Beyoncé for the September 2018 issue. He tells the BJP about his new-found mission since returning home after living in London: “I realised I have a responsibility to be, specifically, a black American photographer and filmmaker.”
We also spotlight Kensuke Koike, a Japanese collagist who gives new life to old photo albums. Koike has attracted a loyal following on Instagram with his savvy cut-and-move videos, making his latest book one of the most anticipated on 2018. Feng Li is another newcomer who has made waves in fashion photography over the past year. This issue we feature Li’s playful fashion shoot in his native Chengdu, a creative city on the rise in China.