Tag: Photography

What’s the Point of Taking Pictures? By Paul Schofield Paul Schofield has written a few pieces for the site in the past, so when he offered up this discussion I was happy to be able to share it with you all. I have thought a lot about this lately too, so it is interesting to see […]

Lumu Introduces The Ansel Adams Contest You might remember Lumu, they are the guys that made the snazzy little lightmeter for your smartphone. I reviewed it and thought it was a wonderful bit of kit. well, now Lumu are on to something a bit different. With the judging prowess of National Geographic photographer Peter Essick, […]

Hong Kong Umbrella Revolution by Alice Ngan As many of you might know, there is a student protest going on in Hong Kong right now. The people of Hong Kong want the ability to choose who leads them, instead of being told who leads them. So they have taken to the streets, in what has […]

Paper Pirates x Tokyo

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Paper Pirates x Tokyo Paper Pirates have a very simple concept. Shoot. Print. Send. Steal. Check it out.

Get Featured: James Phillips James Phillips is a London based playwright, director and photographer who shares with us a fascinating project about the last divided capital in the world. come and have a look.

Get Featured – Colin Aherne

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Get Featured: Colin Aherne Some fine Monochrome work from Ireland, as Colin shares some of his work with us. Come and have a look.

Get Featured: Jesse Struyvelt

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Get Featured: Jesse Struyvelt Jesse is the first of the ‘get featured’ series. And what a way to start, images of a beautiful woman. Come and check out Jesse’s work.

Get featured on JCH

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Get featured on JCH Earlier today, whilst the site was down (time to find a new hosting company methinks), I asked people on Facebook what they would like to see more of on JCH. And the overwhelming consensus was more photographers work/projects.

Insomnia by Stephen Connell

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Insomnia by Stephen Connell Stephen Connell has put together a project chronicling his restless night. Shot on film this is a project that may feel close to many of us. Check it out.