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Camera Geekery: 7Artisans 35mm f/2 lens on film review

Camera Geekery: 7Artisans 35mm f/2 on film review There’s been a lot of chatter recently on the light and dark web about the so-called “China-cron”, aka the brand new sub-$300 7Artisans 35mm f/2 lens for Leica M mount. This is 7Artisans’ newest offering and their second in a line of lenses targeted towards the frugal […]

In your bag No: 1589 – Jonny Guardiani

In your bag No: 1589 – Jonny Guardiani Jonny packs a duet of premium rangefinders in his pack when he’s documenting the pandemonium of life. My name is Jonny and I live in London. I’m a camera operator and video editor working as a freelance for many different companies. The nature of my job require me […]

Film News: CineStill release Developer & fix B&W Monobath

DF96 “DEVELOPER & FIX” B&W MONOBATH, SINGLE-STEP SOLUTION There is a new developer in town, and this one doesn’t have an orange tint. The lovely guys at CineStill have been busy beavering away in the lab to come up with their own monobath developing solution. And you can get it now. This is what CineStill […]

Infrared Film Shootout: JCH Streetpan vs. Rollei Infrared

, Infrared Film Shootout: JCH Streetpan vs. Rollei Infrared If you don’t know now you know, JCH Streetpan can do infrared. A bonafide infrared film it is not, but the phoenixed surveillance film is sensitive to IR waves up to 750nm. With that bit of knowledge in hand, I wondered how it would fare in […]

In your bag No: 1588 – Jayson Akeyla

In your bag No: 1588 – Jayson Akeyla Jayson has started dabbling into film photography and is smitten with this sweet intro setup. Hi! My name is Jayson Akeyla, I was born and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia and currently reside here as well. I’m currently in the last few months of high school and only recently […]

Jesse’s Book Review – “Tschüss” by Haruna Sato

Jesse’s Book Review – “Tschüss” by Haruna Sato Jesse’s gotten his hands and eyes on Haruna Sato’s brand spankin’ new book Tschüss, which is what zee Germans say for “bye” or “so long”. Tschuss is photographer Haruna Sato’s latest offering. I previously reviewed a volume from her Ichi no Hi series some years back and this […]

Camera Geekery: JCH Filmluminati T-shirts

Camera Geekery: JCH Filmluminati T-shirts Finally some JCH swag appears. It took us a while, but we have been working hard at JCH towers and these T-shirts are the fruits of our labour. Hopefully the shirts will do something good for people too. Recently we decided at JCH HQ that we were going to finally […]

In your bag No: 1587 – Yevgeniy Rozenblat

In your bag No: 1587 – Yevgeniy Rozenblat Going minimal with the essentials is an art form mastered by Yevgeniy and he shares how he does it. I’m Yevgeniy Rozenblat, I manage a software project on weekdays, but most of my weekends are reserved for trips to various locations in Europe. These trips happen to be […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Josh Sinn

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Josh Sinn After heavy SF representation we are heading to Maryland. Josh Sinn shares his view of Baltimore and what makes him tick. 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 you […]

In your bag No: 1586 – Jason Dawes

In your bag No: 1586 – Jason Dawes When Jason has time off from kid duty, he’s out shooting with these stylishly customized classics. My name is Jason Dawes and I live in Rancho Cucamonga, Ca, a city in the Inland Empire. I fell in love with photography and art, for that matter through skateboarding as […]