The James Bond 007 bag collection – by David Lo David Lo is back, with another fantastical selection of dream bag drawings. This time though his subject is the most British of instituions, James Bond. Oozing with class, sophistication and deadly intent, David’s bag drawings take us into the world of the gentleman spy.
In your bag No: 533, Jes Roger Petersen Another day and another great bag. I love seeing what is new each day, and today is no exception. Jes brings us a great Nikon heavy setup. He has been through a whole range of film cameras to get to here, I just wish we could see […]
In your bag No: 524, Erik Klevmir a lovely bag for a sunday for you all today. Three great cameras and a whole load of passion, Erik shares with us the story of his bag. Come and check it out.
Film for the Digital Photographer – Cameras, By Dan K Dan K returns to JCH with the first of a 3 part series, introducing film to digital photographers. In this first part Dan tackles the camera types available for film shooters.
Premium compact cameras – A buyers guide One of the big questions I get is “which compact camera is best for me….?” Now this is a question that is very hard for me to answer, as each person has their own shooting style, and requirements from a camera. I have written guides in the past […]
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.
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.
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.