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“Conquering Your Fear of Shooting on the Streets” Introduction to Street Photography Workshop in Tokyo with Eric Kim (11/2-11/4)

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“Conquering Your Fear of Shooting on the Streets” Introduction to Street Photography Workshop in Tokyo with Eric Kim (11/2-11/4) Have you ever walked on the streets and saw a moment that you wanted to capture, but you were too scared to take the photograph? Would you like to learn how to overcome your fear of […]

Featured photographer – Ontoshiki

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Featured photographer, Ontoshiki Todays featured photographer is someone who I have been hoping to feature for a long time. Ontoshiki is photographer from Australia who lived in Japan for a while but has now moved on. Let’s hear his thoughts.

In your bag #200 – Royze

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In your bag number 200, Royze Well, we have reached number 200. A little milestone right there. So, in light of this my friend Royze has very kindly agreed to answer some questions and talk about his gear in a bit more detail. Check it out.

In your bag #187 – Gabriele Lei

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In your bag number 187, Gabriele Lei OK, todays bag is a bit special, because it is not only about a bag, but also a book. Gabriele has released a book to aid the people affected by the recent earthquake in Italy. Read on and find out a bit more.

In MY bag…

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What does JCH carry in his bag? Well, I post a lot of other peoples bags, but not often do you get the chance to have a look inside my bag. So, this is your chance to see what JCH has been carrying lately.

Happy Birthday JapanCameraHunter

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Happy Birthday to me, Happy Birthday to me…. It is one year to the day since the inception of JapanCamerahunter, and in that time it has changed a lot. So, in celebration of one year, here is a little post with some of my favourite bits…

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