Jesse’s book review, Images Still and Moving by Abbas Kiarostami In a step away from Japanese photography books, Jesse reviews the work of Abbas Kiarostami, an Iranian movie director. If you are not familiar with his work then you will be after this excellent review. Internationally among living film directors, I would say there are […]
Camera Review: Greetings from the GDR Today we have a great guest review of a camera that often gets overlooked. Patryk Burchard talks to us about the Praktica MTL5B. A fantastic piece of German photographic history, which you can pick up for a song. Check it out. What will happen if we take German photographic […]
Get Featured: John Kayacan John may be young, but like his subject matter his is focussed and driven. And this is not his first feature either (click here to see his other one). This time he has put together a project about the hard work that goes into boxing training. Check it out. My name […]
Camera Repainting and Modification A while ago I made a post about the great Kanto camera, and some of the services they offer. Well, I liked their service so much and I was so impressed with what they had on offer I decided to get something done for myself. A little reward for all of […]
No camera too small… Sometimes I feel like this site only shows the fancy pants gear, what with all the rare cameras and lenses that I find. But it is not all like that. I have a great deal of love for all cameras, no matter what they are. Here are a few that I […]
Whoop Whoop! The camera fair is in town! It is that time of year again. The time when everyone gets a little bit crazy and all of the most amazing items come to town. That is right, the ICS camera fair!
Visiting Tokyo? Then go here… Some of you might remember that I wrote a little buyers guide for camera shopping in Tokyo. Well, there was a map attached to that, which may have been overlooked by some. So here is is again.