Incisive PTG strengthens Vibrant's B2C network with ComputerActive; and also includes the highly prestigious British Journal of Photography (BJP).
What does BJP stand for?
BJP stands for British Journal of Photography
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of BJP
We have 43 other meanings of BJP in our Acronym Attic
- British Journal of Sociology
- British Journal of Sports Medicine
- Bachelor of Journalism
- Bâtiment, Jardin, Piscine (French: Building, Garden, Pool)
- Bead Journal Project (visual journaling)
- Bence Jones Protein
- Bharat Jalao Party (India)
- Bharatiya Janata Party (India)
- Boston Jolly Pirates (band)
- British Journal of Pharmacology
- British Journal of Psychiatry
- Bubble Jet Printer (Canon)
- Bulgarian Journal of Physics (Japan)
- Bulletin de Jurisprudence Pénale (French: Bulletin of Criminal Cases; Switzerland)
- British Journal of Physical Education (UK)
- British Journal of Politics and International Relations
- Boulder Junction Public Library (Wisconsin)
- British Journal of Perioperative Nursing
- Brazilian Journal of Plant Physiology
- Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics (Brazilian Statistical Association)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He was one of the few photographers in India to give images to his travels, most of which appeared in The British Journal of Photography between 1863 and 1870.
The work he started then has led to him becoming, in the words of the British Journal of Photography, "the most unpredictable and influential British portrait photographer of the last three decades".
His photographs have appeared in newspapers and the British Journal of Photography and are commissioned by book publishers.
In 1944, the British Journal of Photography stated in its obituary of Edward Stewart Bale, Herbert's son: "His photographs have been exhibited all over the world and no industrial photographer was better known or more highly respected.
On the application of photography to scientific pursuits, British Journal of Photography 121(7): 191-2.
The man who has "never even won a tenner on the lottery" has just scooped the top prize in a national photography competition run by Kodak and the British Journal of Photography.
Additional sponsors include Mohawk Fine Papers, British Journal of Photography, Photo District News, Digital Photo Pro Magazine, CENTER, D-Photo, FOTO8, iStockphoto, Monster Children Magazine, and PHOTONEWS.