Film process and why you should know it, by Tristan Parker Tristan has written for JCH in the past, with a great piece about changing your perspective. Now he is back with a piece about film process and how it can help to improve your photography. A nice little introduction to film process for beginners […]
How to shoot film without getting a divorce by Paul Schofield Paul shares with us a fun little piece about photography and our changing lives, and spefically how to deal with a crippling film photography habit when you have a family to take care of.
In your bag No: 624, Syafi Riduwan Todays bag is cool for many reasons, but the main one for me is that there is a frikkin stash book in the bag shot! How cool is that? And if you are travelling around Cambodia it is not a bad idea either. Check it out.
Jesse’s book review, On the Road by Daido Moriyama Jesse has had a little vacation, but now he is back with a great review of a great book. It is particularly hard to do reviews of such well known photographers when they have the weight of many words behind them, but Jesse covers the Moriyama […]
In your bag No: 621, Alistair Noble A delightful monochrome bag for you all today. Alistair shares with us a simple and to the point digital Leica bag and a clutch of MS Optical lenses too. check it out.
In your bag No: 620, Tony Straw We have had a few very simple bags lately. So it is nice to see a bag with a few more bits in it. Including a 3D camera! But wait, there is more. Come and have a look.
In your bag No: 618, Domonic Bugatto Domonic doesn’t just take pictures, he makes pictures too. An interesting looking into a photographer/illustrators bag. Check it out.
Featured project, Iraq by Tom Welland Tom Welland has been featured on the site before and also contributed to one of the most popular articles that has been on JCH. Now tom has a series of pictures for us from what is a very unlikely tourist destination. Come and have a look at a different […]
Photography zines (and books) No: 6 I am really happy that people are following this feature and sharing their work with us. I have had a few more come in and they are great, so come and check them out.
In your bag No: 614, Heath Bennett Heath likes to keep it keep it simple. And this is one of the most basic bags I have featured in a long time. Everything is there and it all has a purpose. This is definitely one of my personal favourites.