BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY BUNDLE - save 25%

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Save 25% when you buy this bundle. Price if bought separately £68.85

Includes a copy of each book below:

Portrait of Britain Vol 3

'Portrait of Britain Vol 3', 336pp, hardback, cloth spine, uncoated paper, 199mm x 151mm.

In collaboration with 1854 Media/British Journal of Photography

Introduced by David Olusoga

The Black Lives Matter movement and Covid-19 have brought a tidal wave of change to Britain. These 200 portraits and accompanying stories, full of hope and humanity, capture the individuals that make up the country’s collective resilience.

'This collection of photographs is a reminder of what we have been missing and of the power of looking into the faces of those with whom we share our nation.' - David Olusoga, from the introduction

ISBN: 978-1-910566-77-0

Portrait of Humanity Vol 2

'Portrait of Humanity Vol 2', 320pp, cloth spine, 151mm x 199mm.

In collaboration with 1854 Media/British Journal of Photography

‘Humanity is now standing at a crossroads. We must decide which path we want to take.’– Greta Thunberg. 

This collection of 200 intimate portraits and stories – shot by photographers all over the world – reminds us of our common struggles, our deep bonds and, perhaps most importantly in light of the global pandemic, the restorative power of community.

With an introduction by Gemma Padley.

ISBN: 978-1-910566-73-2

Portrait of Britain Vol 2

'Portrait of Britain Vol 2', 336pp, hardback, cloth spine, uncoated paper, 199mm x 151mm.

In collaboration with 1854 Media/British Journal of Photography

Introduced by Ekow Eshun

A second volume featuring 200 of the most compelling portraits taken in Britain during this time of national soul-searching. The photos are accompanied by wonderful quotes from the photographers. 

'The portraits in this book show a country unscripted, revealed page by page in all its joy. its sorrows and anxieties, its accidental beauty... There's no mystery to being British. You just have to be yourself.' - Ekow Eshun, from the introduction

ISBN: 978-1-910566-54-1  

 


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