British Journal of Photography Arranges Portrait of Britain

British Journal of Photography has organized an exhibition like never before.

The name of the exhibition is Portrait of Britain. Presently, utilizing the technology, these photographs are made available on the digital medium of JCDecaux. The exhibition showcases the works of esteemed photographers from all over the country. All the pictures are meaningful and reflect its corresponding theme to a mentionable extent. There is also the provision of buying the photographs as a limited amount of photographs are kept for sale so that whenever required viewers can take home their chosen ones.

Simon Bainbridge, the editorial director of British Journal of Photography, shares that the authority believes that this exhibition can truly touch the hearts of people with its extraordinary subject matter and supreme quality of the photographs. This entire exhibition is a celebration of the British heritage. All the pictures are aesthetically taken to represent the real British culture. The portraits say we arent easily categorized by class or race or age or region, expresses Bainbridge. According to him, people should not be judged by their race. This is what photography is all about as it rightly executes an individual just the way they should be.

The organizers have felt that that people are going to love the unique and exotic works, so after viewing the photographs if anyone is interested, then the individual can buy the prints of the photographic shots. To buy an A4 size photograph people need to pay #75, and for buying the limited version of A3 print people will need to pay #120.

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