Josef Koudelka – a time lab -III -

Posted on by Bellamy

The final installment in the Josef Koudelka series that I started posting last week. His work ins comedic, timeless, melancholic and everything inbetween. I just wish I could afford to own his books. Cheers Japancamerahunter

Josef Koudelka – a time lab -II -

Posted on by Bellamy

The second installment in the Josef Koudelka series of videos that I have promised to post. Koudelka’s images are incredibly inspiring, it is hard not to be moved by his work. I particularly like his statement “I want to see everything, look at everything, I want to be the view itself”. Enjoy Japancamerahunter

New York by Elliott Erwitt

Posted on by Bellamy

A nice little short film about the beautiful work of Elliot Erwitt. He talks about the city that he loves and shares his pictures. Please enjoy. Japancamerahunter

Josef Koudelka – a time lab

Posted on by Bellamy

I went to see John Sypal’s show ‘An endless attraction‘ today…again. John is a good friend and a passionate camera nut, a kindred spirit you might say. Whist I was there, John showed me a book that was in the gallery, ‘Exiles’ by Josef Koudelka. Now, if you have not seen this book I suggest […]

Inside Robert Frank’s The Americans

Posted on by Bellamy

A thoughtful and deescriptive short video about some of the work of legendary Swiss photographer Robert Frank. After fleeing the Nazi regime in Europe Frank arrived in the USA in 1947. This video is about his most famous piece of work entitled ‘The Americans’ produced in 1958. Frank took a number of road trips throughout […]

William Klein “Out Of Necessity”

Posted on by Bellamy

William Klein was born in the United States but moved to Paris to pursue a career as a painter, but later found himself turning to photography as his creative outlet. He has taken some of the iconic images of the 20th century. He rarely grants interviews, so this is a bit special. He is frank […]

William Eggleston – In The Real World

Posted on by Bellamy

A nice little video about a documentary on the life of William Eggleston, a man who really showed the capabilities of colour photography, at a time when black and white was considered to be the main style. Documenting America during the sixties and onward, he had the ability to make the mundane jump out at […]

The work of a master – Sebastiao Salgado

Posted on by Bellamy

A nice little video showcasing some of the stunning work by one of my longtime favorite photographers, Sebastio Salgado. Salgado creates the sort of iconic images that change peoples ideas on the world. I love looking at his work and hope you will enjoy it too. Cheers Japancamerahunter

Why the Leica M is so unique

Posted on by Bellamy

Another great video from those lovely chaps over at DigitalRev. This time all about the Leica M system, possibly the greatest and most influential camera system ever produced. There are very few famous names in photography who haven’t had their name attached to Leica in some way during their career. Their cameras are sublime in […]

Shutterlog 81 – Nikon F5

Posted on by Bellamy

Thanks again to Mijonju, who put up another one of my shutterlogs, and for adding the opening music…The Sex Pistols. Brilliant, I couldn’t have done it better myself. The man is a legend. Hoping to do an interview with him sometime an get it up on here for you all. He is easily one of […]

© Copyright 2014 Japan Camera Hunter, all rights reserved. Template by HK. Design updated and maintained by Ashkas Design