Get Featured: Charlie Coffey Charlie Coffey shares with us his project ‘Looking Down’. A look at the some of the less favourable sides of human behaviour and how that is reflected in what we trample over and treat as our right. Very interesting work. Hey Japancamerahunter, love your site. Here is my submission for the get […]
Get Featured: Greg Large Greg shares with us his love of trees in this personal piece. Showing their chaotic yet purposeful existence and how we can see elements of ourselves in their beauty. Read on. Hello Everyone! I am a Hungarian born landscape photographer, mostly shooting black and white. I have been involved with nature […]
Get Featured: Gareth Hayes Another great feature for you all. Gareth goes urban exploring in an abandoned mill and finds out how the closure of the mine affected the area, and how the redevelopment may bring some energy back to the community. Check it out. The Mill – Gareth Hayes I wanted to share a […]
Get Featured: Nilo Klotz Nilo has been on the site before, with a bag shot. And now he is back, this time sharing with us a project about newly developed urban spaces, devoid of people. Check it out. My Name is Nilo Klotz, I already got featured once for the „in my bag“ section, that […]
Get Featured: @bananaaapeels @bananaaapeels has not only an interesting nome de guerre, but a really cool project. Which, judging by the latest announcement from FujiFilm, will not be going on all that much longer. So if you are in the NYC subway and you see one of these on the wall, grab it! Hi Bellamy […]
Developing photography projects – Pt. 2 – Trevor Saylor Trevor is back and he continues with his piece about how to develop and manage a photography project. A very interesting piece which should hopefully prove helpful for people working on projects.
Several Full Color Pictures With Hardly Any Color In Them Robert McCann has been working on a project that I find intriguing from and artists standpoint. His full colour images with hardly any colour series challenges the common perception of a colour image and has a huge scope for the future. I anjoy the subtleties […]
Featured photographer, Peter Dench I have been following the work of photographer Peter Dench for a while now. Peter is the man behind England Uncensored, a great photographic essay about the people of the UK. Fortunately for JCH Peter was able to give us a little interview, hope you like it.
Uyghur Photo Essay, by Brett Elmer I was recently contacted by Brett as he had some work that he wanted to share with me. I was very impressed with his project and Brett agreed to be interviewed for JCH. Come and look at this fascinating social documentary that covers a largely ignored issue.
Part 3 of Jean-Baptiste Meriem’s photographic journey In part 3 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.