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.
How to get out of a photography rut From time to time many of us will find ourselves in a rut, either in photography term or otherwise. Now, I am not a counsellor, so I am really able to help you with your other problems, but I can help you with your photography ones….maybe…
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.
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.
Featured photographer, Edward Gale I was stumbling along through flickr the other day when I was alerted by a friend to Edward Gale’s work. I went to check out his stream and was completely floored. Edward Gale is a photographer with a fantastic eye for the moment. He very kindly agreed to be featured on […]