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 […]
Photography zines (and books) No: 6 I am really happy that people are following this feature and sharing their work with us. I have had a few more come in and they are great, so come and check them out.
Film news! – New film from CineStill With recent great news from Ferrania, there is more good news on the horizon. A surprising film stock with very interesting characteristics. Come and learn more
Jesse’s book review, Labyrinth of Dreams by Sogo Ishii This time Jesse brings us a book from a movie from the world of Japanese cinema. A very interesting adaptation of a movie into a photobook. Come and check it out.
Photography zines (and books) No: 5 So, it has been a bit of time since I last featured the books and zines, and I have wanted to feature more, but I have been completely swarmed with the film cases. They have taken all of my time and then some. But I have got zines and […]
Film News! Ferrania is back! Exclusive interview! Yes indeed, you read that correctly. Ferrania, one of the oldest names in film production has risen from the ashes and is going back into production of a number of new films. Come and find out more
Inspired Eye digital magazine Inspired Eye magazine is back with a fresh issue and some great articles and interviews. If you have not seen it then check it out.
Why your phone is not your friend This is a piece I have been thinking about for a while now, as it became apparent to me that the devices that are supposed to make our lives more convenient actually drain away what little free time we have. I think that phones are not the friend […]
Jesse’s book review, A sentimental Journey by Araki This is one that I hoped Jesse would do. Probably one of the most well known of Araki’s books, this one has been reviewed many times, but Jesse covers it with his own thoughtful style.
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.