JCH News: Hawaii Movienight/Photowalk

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JCH News: Hawaii Movienight/Photowalk
Now as some of you might know, I am rather fond of going to Hawaii (it is like Malaga for the Japanese) and try to make it out there at least once a year. One of the great things about the islands is the light and the vibrancy of the colours. The other is the people. So I decided this time to team up with Treehouse and have a movie night/photowalk.

If you don’t know treehouse then check out this article I wrote about Bobby and the Treehouse crew a while back http://www.japancamerahunter.com/2014/03/shooting-film-hawaii/ . It is an awesome camera and photography store in Honolulu and they have a lot of passion for film.

Bobby and I knocked heads and we decided it would be a really cool thing if we could have a meetup and photowalk at the store.
So on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. Treehouse will be showing Everybody Street by Cheryl Dunn in their courtyard at 7:30pm. With a proper projector and everything.
Afterwards there will be a photowalk (which will probably end up in the nearest bar lol).

So, bring a beach chair, your camera and come and get involved, it should be a lot of fun.
If you don’t know where Treehouse is or are visiting for the first time check out their site and their address:
Treehouse
250 Ward Ave., Suite 233
Honolulu, HI 96814
808-597-TREE
treehouse-shop.com

Hope to see you there,
Cheers
JCH

4 comments on “JCH News: Hawaii Movienight/Photowalk”

    Joseph Abad July 8, 2015 at 8:27 am / Reply

    Really bummed I’ll be flying to LA the night before! An early beer perhaps? lol

    jukka vatanen July 8, 2015 at 5:57 pm / Reply

    ten points to those who know the photographer wearing all those cameras around neck and lying on ground.. Hint: *** “Spanish Village reportage story in LIFE magazine”

    Colin Barey July 22, 2015 at 10:49 am / Reply

    Hope you asked for permission from Kozo Amano before making a derivative work using his shot of Eugene Smith above. Failure to do so would constitute an unlicensed derivative work, which is a violation of copyright law.

      Bellamy July 22, 2015 at 5:56 pm /

      Hi Colin,
      It wasn’t me who made the poster image. I was just sent it. I shall have to take that up with the people who make the poster. If it is a violation then I would take it down. You should know I wouldn’t do something like that.
      Thanks
      Bellamy

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