In your bag No: 1329, Stephen Dowling Stephen is a bit of a regular on the site. Having had his bag featured in the past, and his work. Oh and let’s not forget the pieces he has written about photography too. He probably needs to have a couple of the Featured on JCH pins. Check […]
Get Featured: Stephen Dowling Stephen has been on the site a number of times before, so it is really nice to see his work on here too. Stephen shares with us his gig photography, taking in some very famous names from all over the world. Check it out. It all began in Zagreb in 2004, […]
In your bag 840, Stephen Dowling Stephen has been a big contributor to the site (here is his archive page), so it give me great pleasure to share his bag with you all. Full of lots of lovely film goodness.
Minolta SRT 100X review Stephen Dowling is back again with another great camera review. This time for a camera that often lives in the shadow of its contemporaries. But don’t be fooled, this camera is no slouch. Minolta might not have been as iconic a camera company as Japan’s Big Four – Canon, Nikon, Olympus and […]
Camera Geekery: FED 50 review Stephen Dowling from over at Zorkiphoto is a regular contributor to the site. And this time he shares with us a piece that was originally featured over on his site. A great little review of a camera that can be picked up for next to nothing. The FED 50, the […]
Photo sharing for film photographers – By Stephen Dowling Stephen returns with another excellent article, which was first featured on his site Zorki Photo. This time he helps film photographers get to grips with social media and shows us some of the options that might be useful to film photographers. Check it out. With digital photography […]
Why Shoot Expired Film? By Stephen Dowling Stephen has shared with us some really great pieces, including a brilliant one on what films to shoot in 2014. Now he has a new piece about shooting expired films. Check it out.
5 film cameras for under £50 a piece Stephen Dowling wrote this article for his brilliant site www.zorkiphoto.co.uk, and has been kind enough for me to re-publish it on JCH. A nice guide to budget cameras for under £50 ($79 USD or 147781.53 Mongolian Tugrik). Check it out.