Featured photographer, Kevin Vanier I met Kevin when he was visiting Japan a few months back. We got on well and chatted about photography, I was astounded to learn that he is based in Mongolia, and even more astounded to hear that he reads JCH. I saw Kevin’s pictures and love the desolation and wonder […]
Featured photographer, Jonathanvdk I have been following the work of Jonathan for a long time now, I cannot remember when I discovered his stuff on flickr, but I was immediately drawn to his up close and candid street photography. Let’s see if we can learn a little bit more about Jonathan and his work.
Featured photographer, Steve Richmond I have a short but sweet interview with a photographer who I have been following on flickr for a long time, Mr. Steve Richmond from the UK. Read on…
Jean-Baptiste Meriem takes us on a personal journey In this series, photographer Jean-Baptiste Meriem is going to take us on a personal journey of how he discovered photography, what it means to him and what he has learned. In this first piece Jean-Baptiste introduces himself and his work.
Personal Projects In our latest guest contribution, Colin Corneau talks to us about personal projects and how to give yourself a boost when you are in a slump.
What is photographic style The latest piece from Jerome Arfouche, this time talking about photographic style and how to define yours. Please comment and share your thoughts.
Another strong piece by Jerome Arfouche In a continuation of his submissions for this site, Jerome Arfouche talks to us all about the the aesthetics of non-aesthetics. Please comment and share your thoughts.
Jerome Arfouche with another article about film Guest writer Jerome Arfouche is back with another piece, part 3 of The Medium. This time Jerome tells us why we should be developing our own film. Please comment and tell us what you think.
Are they the same? Who cares? We have another piece by guest writer Jerome Arfouche for you. This piece is the first in a four part series that wil be spread out over the next week or so. I would really like to hear comments on this. Share your thoughts with us.
How to beat the dreaded X-ray This is the first article by a contributor for Japancamerahunter and it is exactly what I was looking for. This article is By Tobias Weisserth, who will hopefully contribute more in the future. Traveling with film – Tobias Weisserth As the photography world has gone mostly digital, there remain […]