Get Featured: J.R. Ball J.R. Comes to us with not only a Texas name, but some wonderful Texas images too. I must admit, I have wanted to shoot the American midwest for a very long time, and this series only makes me want to shoot there even more. Check it out. My name is J.R. […]
Get Featured: Henry Balaszeskul Henry has shared his bags with us before, but not his work. Now he has a series about the the Baselworld show to share with us. This interests me not only for the photography, but Baselworld was somewhere I attended in a previous career, so it is interesting to see a […]
Get Featured: David Valera David shares with us some powerful black and white work, entitled ‘Dark Is The Light’. Looking at interesting contrasts of light and humanity, and pondering the bigger questions as to the significance of our actions. Check this fantastic project out. Dark Is The Light An introverted look at life and death, […]
Get Featured: Crunchy Spaces Here is a very interesting piece of work. It is a project that has been revisited after a long sojourn. Yaron (Crunchyspaces) has gone back to a place he photographed 20 years ago to see how things have changed, not just architecturally, but technologically too. Check it out. In the early […]
Get Featured: Kahren Sabater Kahren shares with us her work, which makes different and interesting scenes with double exposure. Whilst double exposures are nothing new, I like the way these have been done. There is a very distinct style here. Check this work out. Hi my name is Kahren Sabater, I was born and raised […]
Get Featured: Zisis Kardianos Zisis shares with us some powerful and beautiful work covering the economic woes that have befallen Greece in recent times. We hear on the news about the turmoil but we often don’t get to see the daily struggles and how they have affected society in Greece. This work tries to give […]
Get Featured: Gianluca Bevacqua With a lot of the photography we see nowadays, there is a major focus on the street. So it is nice to share some work that looks at solitude and the peace of the forest. Check out this really interesting series. my name is Gianluca Bevacqua. I’m an Italian photographer, and […]
Get Featured: Jesse Roberts Jesse shares with us his personal project from a trip that he took to Vietnam. Jesse looks at the importance the motorcycle plays in daily life throughout SE Asia. Check it out. My name is Jesse, I live in Fremantle, Australia, and am currently working as an editor for a crowdsource, […]
Get Featured: Geoff Roughton Geoff shares with us his work that documents his recovery from a serious medical condition. Tim decided to use photography as part of his rehabilitation and these are the results. Come and check out this very personal series of images.
Get Featured: Jack Allan Something a bit different from the norm today, a bit more conceptual. Jack has a project to share with us about learning to understand himself through zen and trees. Read on and understand more.
Get Featured: Philipp Wortman Philipp Wortman shares with us his project documenting a road trip through the USA. I have a soft spot for these as I have been on a couple of road trips in the US and I love them. Check it out.
Get Featured: Jake Campbell Jake shares with us a project that tries to to document his move to a new country and culture. No matter where we go, we can always find a common threat that binds us. Check it out.
Get Featured: Jerome Freeman The name might seem familiar to some regular readers of JCH, and so it should. Jerome is the young, and very talented cousin of Jesse Freeman, the man behind the book reviews. I have wanted Jerome’s work on here for some time. Well finally I have it. Check it out.