Developing photography projects – Pt. 2 – Trevor Saylor Trevor is back and he continues with his piece about how to develop and manage a photography project. A very interesting piece which should hopefully prove helpful for people working on projects.
Developing photography projects – Trevor Saylor Photographer Trevor Saylor has been kind enough to share with us his experience in developing photography projects. I hope that Trevor will be a regular contributor to the site in the future.
How to develop your B&W films at home: A beginners guide by David Bromley David Bromley has been kind enough to write us a nice little guide about how easy it is to develop at home. This is not the first one featured on the site, but you know what, you can never have too […]
Developing your own film doesn’t have to be complicated New JCH guest contributor Nam Tran has been kind enough to share with us his technique for home developing film. I know a lot of people want to try it but don’t know how, so this is a very easy to follow guide on how to […]
Personal Projects In our latest guest contribution, Colin Corneau talks to us about personal projects and how to give yourself a boost when you are in a slump.
Alternative inspiration sources for photographers Jerome has very kindly written another article for us, this time on how to keep inspiration and how to find inspiration.
Are they the same? Who cares? We have another piece by guest writer Jerome Arfouche for you. This piece is the first in a four part series that wil be spread out over the next week or so. I would really like to hear comments on this. Share your thoughts with us.
Well well well, The workshop has finished and it has been emotional Yes, that is right, the workshop has finished and we had a blast. It has been a roller coaster of emotions for all of us, not just the students but the instructors too. We have made friends from all over the world and […]
The latest photo essay from Leica and Magnum. Domonic Nahr, the Oskar Barnack award winner from 2009 travels to Fukushima to cover the nuclear situation that has become part of life for the residents there. It is interesting to see the western take on this terrible problem. Nahr has a sensitive view and highlights the […]
Or ‘strolling the streets of Japan with a Leica’ Japan has been having a hell of a year, possibly the worst in living memory. The Tohoku earthquake, the ensuing tsunami and the meltdown of the Fukushima reactors taking a massive toll, not just physically and economically, but also mentally. Japanese people have shown massive strength […]