Top posts of 2012 Well, that was 2012. We didn’t all burn up in a Mayan prophecy and the global markets didn’t completely fall apart. So what was happening on JCH? Well, a lot was happening. Here are some of the top posts of 2012 for you condensed pleasure.
Visiting Tokyo? Then go here… Some of you might remember that I wrote a little buyers guide for camera shopping in Tokyo. Well, there was a map attached to that, which may have been overlooked by some. So here is is again.
Fuji X-Pro 1 Review Deandre Scott is a a friend and photographer in Tokyo, whom I often bump into in the street. He shoots both digital and film. For a while now he has been shooting the X-Pro 1 and I wanted to get his thoughts on the camera. And here they are. Thanks Deandre
In your bag 360, Martin Lux Todays bag is pretty tasty. Two bags in fact, and in monochrome no less. Very arty. Come and have a look at what Martin is using in his bags.
JCH visits Manila As many of you may know, I went to Manila for a spot of business a couple of weeks back. I was only there for a very short time, but I came back with a great impression. Let me tell you about it.
In your bag 359, Allan Uhlmann Todays bag is especially lovely, because it contains a camera that I found. Come and have a look at this lovely Nikon heavy bag.
In your bag 358, Jon Clay Todays bag is lovely and simple. The bare essentials. Which is great because the bare essentials also happen to contain one of my film cases. Jolly good.
In your bag 357, Benjamin Aw Now this is a whopper of a bag! The ‘frankenbag’, this one is holding just about the whole world. Well, at least Ben’s world. Come and see.
Film photography is not dead There has been a bit of talk recently of the whole ‘death of film’. This seems to be an ongoing theme, and one that brings out all sorts of emotions. But I really don’t believe it is dead.
In your bag 356, Eric Lajeunesse This bag took a while to get featured, when I first got it there was no information about the contents at all. But I was intrigued. The information is still rather scant, but what a lovely set up. Come and see.