Tag: japan camera blog

In your bag No: 1239 – Keegan Holman

In your bag No: 1239, Keegan Holman Although it is technically not part of his bag, the skateboard adds a nice touch to this bag shot. Keenan doesn’t mind lugging around a whopper of a camera either. Check it out. My name is Keegan Holman, I live in the UK, and I’m 20 years old. […]

The new JCH site is here!

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The new JCH site is here!

The new JCH site is here! After months and months of planning, head scratching, changing our minds and then finally realising we have to get it done, we are finally ready to share the new and improved JCH site with you all.

In your bag 711, Fernando Moreno OK, it is time for a truly epic bag shot. And this is it. Because it is not just one, but three bags. Fernando shares with us his fantastic gear. This is how you do it.

Featured Photographer – Xaris P

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Featured Photographer – Xaris P Whilst searching for photographers and cameras on Flickr I sometimes come across a photographer who makes me stop. Xaris was one of those. Another one of this new breed of skilled Greek street photographers, Xaris has a dark visual comedy and a strong skill for shadowplay. Come and find out […]

In your bag 705, James Schrimpf This bag has got to have the most Pentax Q cameras I have ever seen. I didn’t know anyone used them. Check this one out though, it is great.

In your bag No: 704 – Gekopaca

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In your bag 704, Gekopaca Gekopaca shares with us his interesting bag, all prepped up for his trip to Japan. For the first time in a while it is a completely digital bag. Come and check it out.

In your bag No: 703 – Ming Thein

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In your bag 703, Ming Thein I think many of you know Ming. He is the man behind the hugely popular blog mingthein.com and the most popular bag shot of all time on JCH, number 400. Today I got to spend the day with him in Tokyo, and this was his bag. And This is […]

The Nikon DF – Retro cool or overhyped cash-in? Well, Nikon have finally done it. They have been talking about this in the sidelines for years, a full frame digital Nikon camera, with classic looks and handling. But is all as it seems?