Jesse’s Book Review – Whistle by Haruto Hoshi

Jesse’s Book Review – Whistle by Haruto Hoshi Jesse reflects on street photography extraordinaire Haruto Hoshi’s last book Whistle, a wild ride of captivatingly raw and occasionally uncomfortable images showing life in Japan’s megacities. Don’t nobody go nowhere. Arriving off the heels of Seiji Kurata, enter Haruto Hoshi. His 2007 release, Luminance of Streets was an instant […]

Camera Geekery: The ultra rare 17.3mm Fisheye Nikkor

Camera Geekery: The ultra rare 17.3mm Fisheye Nikkor Something very special indeed has appeared online. And as I know the owner I decided to get the skinny on this ultra rare Nikon lens. I have a bit of a thing for rare Nikon lenses. I have found several very special pieces in the past, like […]

Camera Historica: The Sean Flynn Leica M2

Camera Historica: The Sean Flynn Leica M2 This is a story about a camera, a rather special camera. Every camera has a history, so they say. But it is not all that often that one has such a rich and documented history. One that was thought to be lost but has been found again. This […]

Photography Guide: Tips and tricks to film development

Photography Guide: Tips and tricks to film development We have a guest post for you today. Alex shares with us tips and tricks that he has learned through years of practice. Get comfortable, this is a long one. A bit about myself My name is Alex Chan and I live in Malaysia. I’m a software […]

Show us your film: Film health check

Show us your film: Film health check As a doctor of film (not certified or registered but my mum told me I was) I can certify that this film is all genuine and in stunning heath. It is also absolutely and definitely of sound mind, unlike me. Alessandro This is my stash, an amazing gift […]

Show us your film: New Year New stash

Show us your film: New Year New stash As 2018 rolls in and the rest of the world seems like a bit of a dumpster fire here is something that will calm your nerves and make you feel that maybe not everything is wrong with the world. Some lovely film stashes. Nick Here are some […]

Camera Geekery: Nikon F2 Titan review

Camera Geekery: Nikon F2 Titan review A very nice guest review for you to enjoy. The Nikon F2 Titan is an iconic camera that changed the market for SLR cameras. Renato Repetto gives us a bit of a history lesson and a nice little review. The Nikon F2 Titan is all about business. No bells […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Spider’s Strategy by Osamu Kanemura

Jesse’s Book Review – Spider’s Strategy by Osamu Kanemura Jesse shares with us how he stumbled upon a gem and reviews a uniquely interesting take on the urban chaos that we all know as Tokyo. Don’t go anywhere, folks. This one is fun! Was quite randomly asked over an Instagram message to talk about photography […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Mexican Notebooks

Jesse’s Book Review -Mexican Notebooks by Henri Cartier-Bresson Jesse’s back and he takes on HCB’s latest tome. Of course you can expect a touching and intimate look at everyday life in Mexico through the eyes of a legend. Guess the obvious review would have been The Decisive Moment. Hardly anything more one can say about […]

JCH News: Xmas Shopping News (and free stuff too)

JCH News: Xmas Film News Ho-ho-ho Merry upcoming Yuletide from your friendly and not at all portly Uncle JCH. 2017 has been a bit of a dismal year on most accounts, but for film photographers it has been a cracker of a year. There has been lots of new film news and exciting developments, from […]