In your bag 703, Ming Thein I think many of you know Ming. He is the man behind the hugely popular blog mingthein.com and the most popular bag shot of all time on JCH, number 400. Today I got to spend the day with him in Tokyo, and this was his bag. And This is […]
In your bag 701, David White I always feel a sense of ‘what next…?’ after a big number bag. But I need not worry when people like David send in their wonderful bags. David is a returnee too. Come and check it out.
In your bag No: 697, Armin Oehmke Armins has not one, but two bags for us. And they are crackers. Especially the one full of beer, that is my kind of bag. Check it out.
In your bag No: 693, Tristan Parker No bag, again. But I will let it slide because this shot is truly epic. This is a darkroom lovers setup. Tristan has been on here before and he had a bag last time, so lets see how it has changed.
Fantastic Repainted Cameras I have seen some superb repainted cameras recently, but a couple if them really caught my own and I decided to share them with you.
In your bag No: 683, Dave Harris Dave has a lovely bag for us. A mix of film and digital. And Dave is lucky, he gets to go to Spain every month. Check it out.
Film Photography posters Recently a good friend of mine gave me a lovely gift, some film canister posters. I love them and I wondered where he had got them. Well, I was lucky enough to be contacted by the man behind them, so now you can get some too.
In your bag No: 682, Sonny Kwon Sonny has a bag, but it is under the table. Still, it is there, so I can share this delightful little setup with you all. Come and check it out.
In your bag No: 677, Marc Fairhurst After the massive bags from Thorsten, it is about time for something a bit more manageable. And this setup from Marc could not be more simple. Check it out.
Goldbug 18ct Gold cameras Gold cameras are funny beasts. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t, but no matter what they always polarise peoples opinions. Goldbug take classic cameras and give them the midas touch. Read on.