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 […]

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

Shutterlog 81 – Nikon F5

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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 […]

Garry Winogrand Photographer

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Here you go, an interview with the greatest, Mr. Garry Winogrand. Unfortunately the commentary is in German, but it doesn’t really matter as you get to see how he works on the street, which is really inspiring. The way he blends in and disarms his subjects is brilliant. It is pretty cool to see him […]

An mini documentary on the stunning and iconic work of the great Elliot Erwitt. This guy has been around forever, and has been a member of the Magnum agency since the beginning. In this documentary he talks a little bit about his work, influences and what he enjoys. A great insight into a great photographer. […]

Shutterlog – Check me out!

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Check it out. Mijonju, the super nice guy, camera nut and main man behind CircleRectangle and the Mijonju show has started a new project called Shutterlog. Comprising of user submitted clip of people clicking the shutters on some of their favourite cameras, there are already over 70 clips on youtube. So I decided to get […]

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 […]

Leica Noctilux f/0.95 Review

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Could this be the greatest 50mm lens ever produced? The guys at Digital Rev run a review of the Noctilux f/0.95 for your pleasure. Personally I don’t think that the Noct is the best, the dof is far to shallow and very unforgiving. It is a spectacular lens, of that there is no doubt, but […]

The work of James Nachtwey

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Been a bit busy of the last couple of days, but I have had the time to search for some videos that have really been inspiring to me. One of them is ‘War Photographer’ a piece about the work of James Nachtwey. He has managed to capture many of the iconic war images of the […]

Daido Moriyama interview

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Does what it says on the tin. An interesting short interview with perhaps one of Japans most famous photographers Moriyama Daido on why he loves photography and what he sees. Pretty cool to see him using a Ricoh GR21, which is pretty much my dream compact camera. Cheers Japancamerahunter