Get Featured: Brian Bean

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Get Featured: Brian Bean

Get Featured: Brian Bean In this feature Brian shares with us a project that became a long term piece of work, which has also helped him develop his photographic skill. Come and learn more about the mysterious shopping cart, and its rarely seen mating habits. I taught myself how to shoot on a Pentax ME […]

In your bag No: 1376 – Daniel J. Schneider

In your bag No: 1376, Daniel J. Schneider Daniel has a total backbreaker of a setup for us today. Really lovely gear, but I wouldn’t fancy carrying that lot around even for a short journey. Maybe I am getting old… I never took photography seriously when I was younger, in those pre-digital days. But I […]

In your bag No: 1375 – Chris Chan

In your bag No: 1375, Chris Chan Chris has a very tasty setup for us to kick off the weekend to. Some simple and classic cameras, a few lovely film cases and a very nice set of headphones. Check it out. First time contributor, long time reader (and JCH customer) out of Los Angeles. My […]

In your bag No: 1374 – Cameron Sandercock

In your bag No: 1374, Cameron Sandercock Cameron is undertaking an epic trip across Australia, a trip I myself have done. And he has got some cameras with him. So he has decided to share his travel setup with us. Check it out. Hey fellow JCH readers! My name’s Cameron and I live in Australia, […]

In your bag No: 1373 – Lee Golden

In your bag No: 1373, Lee Golden Lee has a very well appointed setup for us today. All digital and put together with purpose. I must admit, even I quite fancy a go on the Leica Q, it looks very impressive. Check it out. I’ve been taking photographs for nearly 37 years starting with my […]

Get Featured: Nilo Klotz

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Get Featured: Nilo Klotz

Get Featured: Nilo Klotz Nilo has been on the site before, with a bag shot. And now he is back, this time sharing with us a project about newly developed urban spaces, devoid of people. Check it out. My Name is Nilo Klotz, I already got featured once for the „in my bag“ section, that […]

In your bag No: 1372 – Gildas Lepetit-Castel

In your bag No: 1372, Gildas Lepetit-Castel A French photographer, using Japanese cameras, to shoot the streets of Belgium. C’est fantastique! Come and check out this well organised street shooters bag. Hi ! I’m Gildas Lepetit-Castel, french photographer. I love to walk and shoot in the streets. 50mm is my favorite lens to observe the […]

In your bag No: 1371 – Jady Bates

In your bag No: 1371, Jady Bates No, you are not seeing things, that is a blind-cane in this bag. But don’t let that fool you, Jady is a photographer despite the obvious difficulties. Check out this fantastic weekender bag. I am a burgeoning photographer who shoots, develops and prints all my own black and […]

In your bag No: 1370 – Baptiste Ledebt

  In your bag No: 1370, Baptiste Ledebt Baptiste is back, and with a brand new bag (that never gets old). This time around with some cool accessories and an new direction for his photography. Come and check it out. HELLO EVERYONE This is my second submission here and my bag has evolved since the […]

Camera Geekery: Custom Cameras by Dora Goodman

Camera Geekery: Custom Cameras by Dora Goodman Recently whilst bumbling around on instagram I came across some fascinating and beautiful custom cameras (I found them through @kameracraft, who you should follow). They were mesmerising and proving to be extremely popular. So I got in touch with the creator of these masterpieces. Dora Goodman shares a […]