Featured photographer, Newghost Newghost is a photographer who’s work I got to know through Twocutedogs. I checked him out and he has been a permanent feature on my flickr stream ever since. Well, not I have got an interview with the man which I am very happy to share with you.
Featured photographer, Sean Lotman I am very happy to be able to share with you a mini interview with talented photographer, writer and a friend of mine, Mr. Sean Lotman. Sean’s pictures evoke a dreamlike sense of wonder and give you pause for thought in this hectic modern world. I hope you enjoy his work […]
Part 2 of Jean-Baptiste Meriem’s photographic journey In part 2 of this ongoing series, Jean-Baptiste talks to us about his experiences in developing his photographic technique and the lessons he has learned along the way. A very enjoyable read, I hope you think so too.
Featured photographer, Jack Simon Today JCH is very fortunate to have an interview with an extremely talented photographer from the Burn My Eye collective, Mr. Jack Simon. Let’s see what Jack has to share with us.
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…
Featured photographer, Charalampos Kydonakis aka DirtyHarry DirtyHarry is a photographer whose work I have admired for a long time for its ability to engage you and make you spend time studying the entire image. I was lucky enough to be able to get an interview with him. Lets see what he has to say.
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.
Japan has some awesome abandoned buildings, here are the film shots Do you remember last month that I went out on a ‘Haikyo’ or decaying building walk? Well, I have finally got the film shots back (finally as in, I finally got around to scanning them). Here they are.
Isn’t it about time you started something? So, welcome to 2012, and what a year it is going to be. Announcements from all of the makers about new products and all that jazz, but for me the most important thing at the end of the day is using that equipment. Sometimes you need to have […]
A different view of Japan, the haikyo There is a word in Japanese for exploring old buildings, and that word is haikyo 廃墟. It means abandoned buildings, but it is understood that when you say the word you are going to explore the old buildings.