Daido Moriyama And The Camera Hunters

Daido Moriyama And The Camera Hunters This October 2016,  Monogram Asia and JCH in conjunction with Akio Nagasawa Gallery will be hosting an event from the 8th to the 12th in Tokyo. So what does that mean? Well,  this is your chance to meet Japanese photography legend, Daido Moriyama. Oh, and you will have the […]

Why I appreciate film photographers

Why I appreciate film photographers… by Alex Jackson-Smith A guest post for the weekend. Alex Jackson-Smith discusses how the internet has changed the way photography is perceived, and the arguements that have followed over the digital vs film debate. An interesting piece that is certain to lead to its own discussion. Why I appreciate film […]

Photography Zines and Books No: 35

Photography Zines and Books No: 35 Phew, I have finally managed to get a break so I can go through some of the lovely books and zines that I receive. I treasure them all and do my level best to feature them all, no matter how long it takes. Here is another load of lovely […]

Renting a darkroom in Tokyo

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Renting a darkroom in Tokyo

Renting a darkroom in Tokyo Recently I got the chance to get back into the darkroom after a (very) long hiatus. It was a really gratifying experience and reminded me of some of the real joys of film photography. And I urge you to do the same if you even have the slightest chance, you […]

Photography Zines and Books No: 34

Photography Zines and Books No: 34 As usual, the books pile up on my desk until I feel guilty and then start going through them. I just wish I had more time. But I have managed to make time for the latest batch and I am very glad I did as there are some excellent […]

The Black and White Renaissance

The Black and White Renaissance by Lee Nutter A guest piece today, that is sure to get a few a few people talking, not least because it is aimed at the digital photographer. But I wasn’t about to avoid sharing this piece just because of that. Film, Digital, it is all welcome here, especially when […]

Extreme Armchair Photography – W. Eugene Smith

Extreme Armchair Photography – W. Eugene Smith by Paul Schofield Paul is back with the second in his ‘extreme armchair photography’ series. The last one was a fair while back though. This time taking on the work of W. Eugene Smith. Check it out. In the bag: On the set of Charlie Chaplin’s “Limelight” in […]

Photography Zines and Books No: 33

Photography Zines and Books No: 33 It has been a while since I featured some zines and books, and that is not for lack of content. It is just hard to find the time. But I have managed to shift some of the piles of stuff from my desk and go through some of the […]

Photography Zines and Books No: 32

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Photography Zines and Books No: 32

Photography zines and books No: 32 It has been a couple of months since the last books and zines post. And that is not for lack of submissions. The Xmas period and moving to a new office has slowed things down considerably. But now I am finally starting to get organised and should be able […]

In your bag No: 1288 – Andrew

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In your bag No: 1288 – Andrew

In your bag No: 1288, Andrew It seems Andrew is a bit of a rebel, a rule breaker. He hasn’t shown us all that he keeps in his bag, I am pretty sure of that. and he shares some images too. And…he does it all in square format! Sometimes it is about the aesthetics. Check […]