The annual Portrait of Britain exhibition will be taking place across the country in September, and today the British Journal of Photography has announced the 200 shortlisted images. The winning 100 images will be announced at the end of August in time for the launch of the exhibition, which opens on the 1st September. Each year Portrait of Britain takes place across JCDecaux’s network of digital screens with 100 portraits of the British public displayed in shopping centres and high streets up and down mainland UK.
An interesting obituary in the British Journal of Photography this week, dedicated to Frank Selby co-founder of Rex Features, I found particularly interesting. During the rise of Rex Features, I was employed by London Features International in 1989, a paparazzi photo agency with offices based in London and New York and a competitor to Rex Features. We offered the same service to newspapers and magazines. It was a good time in my life, extremely busy, stimulating with a long line of friends and VIP’s. RIP Frank Selby.
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