Edited by British Photographers Press Association.
Trolley, London, 2008. 196 pp., 100 color and black & white illustrations., 7x7¾".
NOTE: The production of this book has been canceled by the publisher
Unseen presents the best of all unpublished photographs taken and selected by the members of the BPPA. Images that were overlooked by picture editors because of lack of space, technical problems, a political decision, or editorial taste. The images in Unseen communicate a diverse blend of tender, terrifying, moving, funny, and controversial stories about people and places around the world, and crucial moments in contemporary history. This book presents pictures in many ways as striking and memorable as their published counterparts, but incredibly, discovered here for the first time.
The British Press Photographers Association (BPPA) was founded in 1984 by UK press photographers to promote and inspire the highest ethical, technical and creative standards from within the profession. The BPPA provides its members with a voice to raise awareness and appreciation of their industry. The membership of over 700 is drawn from every part of the country, and represents the broadest selection of newspaper, magazine and agency photographers.
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