Silvershotz Goes Digital

January 10, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital | Comment |

Silvershotz has made the transition from print to digital and is about to launch an interactive and multi platform visual experience. Originally known as the Black & White Enthusiast, Silvershotz was founded in 1998 by David Bigwood in Australia. The publication was later renamed Silvershotz and relocated to the UK, with distribution reaching 12,000 print run every 8 weeks. Last year, Silvershotz made its transition to digital, and is now ready to be relaunched as an interactive publication in March 2014. The new Silvershotz will be available for PCs, tablets and smartphones.

Silvershotz Press Release

Silvershotz - Experience Exceptional Contemporary Photography

Silvershotz has made the transition from a print to digital and is about to launch an exciting new, interactive and multi platform visual experience, available for computer, tablet and smartphone. 

Over the past 10 years Silvershotz featured over 400 photographers in 60 printed journals and distributed almost half a million copies in 17 countries. And we have plenty more to show in 2014. 

Everyone passionate about photography will soon be able to immerse themselves in a rich world of exceptional contemporary images. There is no advertising – just images. 

Every 8 weeks Silvershotz features over 200 images together with engaging  interviews and insights. Readers can also vote for their favourite photographer in each edition. The top ten voted photographers will be published in our printed annual journal in December 2014. 

Silvershotz now offers the best of both worlds: an exciting interactive digital experience and a quality printed annual journal. Please visit our website to view the video and see for yourself.

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