Tag: camera

Jesse’s book review, On the Road by Daido Moriyama Jesse has had a little vacation, but now he is back with a great review of a great book. It is particularly hard to do reviews of such well known photographers when they have the weight of many words behind them, but Jesse covers the Moriyama […]

In your bag No: 619, Ki Choquette A very cool name and a very cool bag too. Just look at it. And the carpet too. This is a stunning retro setup that anyone would be happy to use. come and check it out.

The Abnormal Lens

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The Abnormal lens Rogerio Salgado-Martins shares with us his thoughts on the 50mm lens, that benchmark standard to which all others are compared and asks us, why is it so?

In your bag No: 608, James Hughes Today we have a photographer who is based in Istanbul. This seems to be a really popular destination for photographers. The place must be swarmed with them by now. Anyway, James has a pretty sweet setup for us.

Big Print Marketplace

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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.

New Dodge and Burn T-shirts Dodge and Burn have some new T-shirts out for your enjoyment. Including the epic 6 by 7. This one is sure to be a huge hit so go and grab one before they are all gone. Read on…

In your bag No: 569, Rees Suttcliffe Check it out. Rees shares his bag, and the best thing is that the bagshot itself was taken on film. That is really cool. Come and have a look at this purist bag.

The Complete Tokyo Camera Shopping Guide As many of you may know, I have written buyers guides on Tokyo, that have been very popular. But some have mentioned that they are hard to navigate on the site. I am a man who likes things to be uncomplicated, so I thought it might be nice of […]

35mm SLR on a starving artists budget Who says gear has to be expensive? Daniel Sawyer Schaefer gives us a guide on how to get yourself shooting without breaking the bank. Check it out.