Lessons in Life (or Searching for the Right Rangefinder)

Lessons in Life (or Searching for the Right Rangefinder) by Steve Karsten Today we have an interesting op-ed. Steve shares with us his journey through all manner of cameras until he found what he was looking for. Let’s join him on his search for the right rangefinder. My name is Steve Karsten.  I am a […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Ravens

Jesse’s Book Review – Ravens by Masahisa Fukase It has been a bit quiet on the site as things have been busy, but Jesse decided to use the time to tackle one of the truly great Japanese photobooks, Ravens by Masahisa Fukase. And it is well worth the read. Check it out. “…art is made […]

In your bag No: 1503 – Frederick Deserva

In your bag No: 1503 – Frederick Deserva It has been a few days since I had a bag up, since the 120 film came out I have been rushed off my feet. But now I am able to sit down and go through some, and this one is lovely. Modern and digital all together. […]

Why 35mm is booming…

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Why 35mm is booming…

Why 35mm is booming – And what might happen next – By Stephen Dowling In a guest post, Stephen Dowling of Kosmofoto shares with us his thoughts on how the 35mm film market has changed in the last couple of years, and how it might change in the future. Check it out. Agfa Precisa CT100. […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Kateb Habib

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Kateb Habib The visual interview series is really popular and Jesse has a knack for getting some really interesting responses from his subjects. This time he speaks to Tokyo based Kateb Habib. Q1: Who are you?  Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most […]

In your bag No: 1502 – Etienne

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In your bag No: 1502 – Etienne

In your bag No: 1502 – Etienne Etienne strips it down to the barest of basics. A couple of cameras, some film and a massive bag to fit it all in. Check it out. I’m Etienne from Paris, France and I’m 36. As I shoot mainly street photos, my bag is quite light. I usually […]

Get Featured: Andrew Smith

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Get Featured: Andrew Smith

Get Featured: Andrew Smith Andrew shares with us a visual essay, giving us an a little bit of a different perspective. This one is very interesting. Check it out. After years of travel, adventure and jumping form one job to another I recently took on a position as a “Gallery Protection Officer” at the National Gallery […]

In your bag No: 1501 – Dominik Woerner

In your bag No: 1501 – Dominik Woerner I have been traveling quite a bit lately, so it is nice to finally get back in the saddle and look at some of the submissions.  And for the next 1500 we have some lovely bags for you all. Better get started then… My name is Dominik Woerner. […]

Get Featured: Ben Dawson

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Get Featured: Ben Dawson

Get Featured: Ben Dawson We are getting through some of the backlog. Ben sent this in ages ago, but I finally got it up. A cinematographers view of the streets of Vancouver. Check it out. My name is Ben Dawson, I’m a big fan of your blog! Originally I’m from Calgary, Alberta Canada, But for […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Andrew Curry

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Andrew Curry Time again for another fantastic visual interview from Jesse Freeman, this time he gets the lowdown on a Tokyo resident, Andrew Curry. Check it out. Q1: Who are you?  Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most overrated virtue?  Q4: When are […]