Film project: Introspective by Daniel Zvereff Recently Daniel got in touch with me to share his work, which was shot entirely on some of the last Kodak Aerochrome infrared film left in the world. And I really think he has done the film justice. A great project, shot on film…what could be better? Check it […]
Jesse’s Book Review – Last Resort by Martin Parr Jesse is back and this time he is reviewing a well known and well covered western photo book for a change. Last resort was one of the first photo books I ever saw, so I am very happy to feature this.
Featured Photographer – Stroma This installment of featured photographer is a bit different, as it is not one photographer, but a collective group. Stroma have an interesting take on working as a group. Check it out.
Featured project, Iraq by Tom Welland Tom Welland has been featured on the site before and also contributed to one of the most popular articles that has been on JCH. Now tom has a series of pictures for us from what is a very unlikely tourist destination. Come and have a look at a different […]
Big Print Marketplace Duncan Wright has a good idea. Why not share the love of photography by trading prints? This is not a new concept by any means, but this one is on a really international scale. The Big Print Marketplace will bring photographers together globally. Read on and get involved.
Photography zines (and books) As promised in my previous post about photo zines and books, I am going to show and share any that I receive. And the first lot are in. I decided to show 3 photographers at a time so as not to overload you all. Enjoy.
Istanbul and the Turkish unrest by Simon Becker In case you have not been watching the news, there has been a series of protests in Turkey in the last few weeks over the proposed demolition of the Taksim Gezi Park. This has been extensively covered by the western media, but in my opinion it is […]
Photography zines (and books) I have received some very nice things in the post recently, some of which came as a bit of a surprise. This gave me an idea about photography zines and self published books. How about a feature? Read on and find out what I am on about.
The streets of Hong Kong pt:2 In the continuation of the piece that I did last year about my love of shooting the streets in Hong Kong, I have a few more images that I think are starting to define my vision of what the city is to me.
Photo project: Right Time Right Place by Robert Rutoed Robert Rutoed contacted me recently to share some of his work with me, and I was very impressed with the subtle humour and composition of his images. I asked Robert a few questions about his work and he was kind enough to share it with us.