In your bag No: 1270 – Koda

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In your bag No: 1270 – Koda

In your bag No: 1270, Koda The great thing about ‘in Your Bag’ is that you never know what each day will bring. Yesterday it was a very fancy bag, today is a bag on a students budget. But regardless of how much money was spent, the passion for photography is still the same. Check […]

In your bag No: 1267 – Yannick Marowski

In your bag No: 1267, Yannick Marowski Today we have a delightfully well balanced bag, coming to you from France. Yannick is new to the photgraphy game, but already has a clear idea of what he wants. Check this one out. Hi everyone! My name is Yannick Marowski. I’m a french photographer, from Nancy, in […]

Show us your film: Age of Superpan

Show us your film: Age of Superpan A few more lovely submissions have come in. But we always need more. Come and check these out and then maybe rummage through yours and share it with the world. Richard Williams Thought I’d send you a pick of some of my usual emulsions and some others I’m […]

Jesse’s Book Review – 1991 by Hashiguchi George

Jesse’s book review, 1991 Jesse is back with another review. Moving on a few decades this time, as the last one was 1959. Over to Jesse: 1991-1995 Work possesses a surprising amount of depth for what the content actually is. Compiled over the aforementioned years, photographer Hashiguchi George went to various places of work in Japan […]

The new JCH site is here!

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The new JCH site is here!

The new JCH site is here! After months and months of planning, head scratching, changing our minds and then finally realising we have to get it done, we are finally ready to share the new and improved JCH site with you all.

In your bag 1153, Brandon Dare You don’t need to have loads of fancy pants gear to be on this site. Brandon shares his student bag, which includes one of the first cameras I ever used. Check it out.

Hong Kong Umbrella Revolution by Alice Ngan As many of you might know, there is a student protest going on in Hong Kong right now. The people of Hong Kong want the ability to choose who leads them, instead of being told who leads them. So they have taken to the streets, in what has […]