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In his newly published book, “A British Entertainment,” photographer Jocelyn Bain Hogg examines his heritage and the class system. His modern take on the “Season,” or Britain’s social elite, reveals a culture largely unchanged since writer Jane Austen’s time, he said.
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After years of working in Beijing, photographer Boris Austin had an urge to reconnect with what was happening in his native Britain. He returned to London in January and found athletes training for the upcoming Summer Olympics.
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British photographer Daniel Meadows got on a double-decker bus in September 1973 and toured England for 14 months, taking more than 950 free portraits of the people he met. Twenty-five years later, he revisited some of those people for an updated look at their lives.
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British photojournalist Peter Dench has been documenting “the ordinary and the extraordinary” in England for over a decade. A collection of his distinctive, quirky images will soon be published in “England Uncensored” – the first book financed by the crowd-funding website Emphas.is.