Tag: street photography

In your bag No: 1372 – Gildas Lepetit-Castel

In your bag No: 1372, Gildas Lepetit-Castel A French photographer, using Japanese cameras, to shoot the streets of Belgium. C’est fantastique! Come and check out this well organised street shooters bag. Hi ! I’m Gildas Lepetit-Castel, french photographer. I love to walk and shoot in the streets. 50mm is my favorite lens to observe the […]

In your bag No: 1371 – Jady Bates

In your bag No: 1371, Jady Bates No, you are not seeing things, that is a blind-cane in this bag. But don’t let that fool you, Jady is a photographer despite the obvious difficulties. Check out this fantastic weekender bag. I am a burgeoning photographer who shoots, develops and prints all my own black and […]

The Black and White Renaissance

The Black and White Renaissance by Lee Nutter A guest piece today, that is sure to get a few a few people talking, not least because it is aimed at the digital photographer. But I wasn’t about to avoid sharing this piece just because of that. Film, Digital, it is all welcome here, especially when […]

In your bag No: 1362 – Evgeniy

In your bag No: 1362, Evgeniy A short and sweet bag shot for the start of the weekend. Which suits me just fine as it is springtime in Tokyo and I want to get out there and look at the sakura. But before I do, check out this superb bag. Hi my name is Evgeniy. […]

In your bag No: 1360 – Santiago

In your bag No: 1360, Santiago From Spain with love. Or something else James Bond themed. Santiago has a brilliant bag and some very interesting film for us to drool over today. Come and check out his fancy movies films and travel plans. Hi Bellamy, my name is Santiago and I am a 24 years old Spanish guy. This year I will do something that I was planning from many years ago, after easter I will go to Japan to visit you (just kidding). […]

Get Featured: Melvin Mapa

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Get Featured: Melvin Mapa

An Act of Merit: Get Featured: Melvin Mapa Today we have a fascinating project from Singapore. Melvin shares with us his piece about a traditional form of tattooing known as Yantra. Check it out. The Buddha in Ajahn Heng I arrived at Fo Guang Hang just in time for Ajahn Heng’s morning prayers. As I […]

In your bag No: 1355 – Jordan Castelan

In your bag No: 1355, Jordan Castelan Jordan has been on the site before, sharing his work with us. And now he is back to share his bag with us. And what a beauty it is, pure eye candy. Check it out. Hey guys I’m J and I’m back with a bag submission this time. […]

Mastering manual focus

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Mastering manual focus

Mastering manual focus by Lukasz from EYExploreTokyo Have you ever cursed your camera for missing that special moment in the streets? Do you ever struggle to get the subject quickly in focus before the fleeting moment is lost forever in the aether? Well then why not try manual focus? Below is a brief guide to […]

In your bag No: 1352 – Francisco Gozon

In your bag No: 1352, Francisco Gozon Today we have a cracking film bag for you. A simple setup, Francisco shows us that it doesn’t have to be overloaded to get the results required. Check this one out. I have always been an observant person from what many of the people in my life tell […]

Get Featured: Clifton Barker

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Get Featured: Clifton Barker

Get Featured: Clifton Barker Clifton has a very different approach to photographing his pets. He shows his Sphynx cats energy and spirit in this yet unfinished project. All shot on film, of course. Check it out. Thanks for your consideration for my (as of yet untitled) Sphynx project.  I submit this to you, firstly because […]