Japancamerahunter Soft Releases I don’t know about you, but I love a good soft release…oooer. But seriously, I do rather like having a soft release button on my camera. I feel like it gives me more control and makes for faster shooting. An added bonus is that it personalizes your camera, which I think a […]
Beginner’s Guide to Polaroid: Part I (Integral) by Phil Shen Phil Shen recently contacted JCH about contributing to the site. And when I asked him what he wanted to share, it was a guide to Polaroid cameras. Well, that is something that I want to read, and I hope you do too.
In your bag 483, Raul Palma A little bit late, but we got there. Raul brings us a very nice couple of bags. And Some pics too. Some of them as NSFW, you have been warned.
In your bag 470, Dave Lam Dave brings us a regular bag today, well, regular compared to some of the stuff that I have had on here recently. But a lovely bag it is too. The very latest in digital next to the classic film cameras. Check it out.
Dwayne’s Photo: The Story of Silver through the Medium of Film Recently film maker Sarah George brought her kickstarter campaign to my attention. Sarah wants to make a film about film, on film. I think this is a worth campaign and definitely worth supporting. Please have a read and check out the campaign.
Dodge and Burn Prints Ted over at Dodge and Burn HQ has been a very busy man, what with the huge popularity of his T-shirts and new releases coming all the time. And now he has put out something lovely for all you camera buffs. The new Dodge and Burn Evolution TLR prints. And you […]
Leica M3 Olive Bundeseigentum Every now and again I get the honour of being able to find very very special items for my clients, and this really was one of them. The absolutely stunning Original Olive M3 Bundeseigentum.
In your bag 420, Dale Murray Dale brings us an interesting bag from the UK. Dale may be young, but he already has the film bug and he knows what he wants to shoot with. Check it out.
Hasselblad system review – Trevor Saylor After Trevors last pieces he has decided to give us a review on the Hasselblad camera system (more specifically the 501CM). If you are not familiar with the square format this should be a nice little introduction for you.
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.