Tag: Bellamy camera

In your bag No: 1573 – Rom de Guzman

In your bag No: 1573 – Rom de Guzman Rom has finally gotten around to share with us the couple of gems he lugs around in his trusted totes. Hi, my name is Rom de Guzman. I am an architecture student in the Philippines. I’ve been shooting analog for six years. Ever since I found […]

Camera Geekery: Eastwest Photo’s Whopping Collection of War-era Japanese Cameras

Camera Geekery: Eastwest Photo’s Whopping Collection of War-era Japanese Cameras Donald DiNaro of Eastwest Photo has been quite the busy man over the years amassing the largest collection of Japanese folding cameras from 1936~1953 housed in the US of A. The collection encompasses over 100 rare and prototype models, ranging from Semi Mulber II to early Mamiya Six models among […]

In your bag No: 1572 – Devon Salyer

In your bag No: 1572 -Devon Salyer Like the devil, Devon wears Prada to haul around compact goodies and film through the Aloha state.  Hi, I’m Devon Salyer and I am a videographer in Huntsville, Alabama. Sometimes, my work takes me to Hawaii, so I’m going to share some of my toys for this trip. […]

Camera Geekery: MS Optics Petz 57/2 FMC

Camera Geekery: MS Optics Petz 57/2 FMC The latest creation to spawn from the mind and hands of cult lens maker MS Optics has arrived. Miyazaki san is a man that needs no introduction and has kindly sent us first his latest addition to the Historical Series, the Petz 57/2 FMC. With cherry blossoms blooming […]

In your bag No: 1571 – Anugrah Dwi Prasetyo

In your bag No: 1571 – Anugrah Dwi Prasetyo Anugrah shares with us his updated arsenal which he likes to run OG Kentmere through.  Hello! it’s me again, It’s been 4 years since i submitted my first bag, now i would like to share a recently updated bag. 4 years ago, i sat in a […]

Film News: Adorama scores a hat trick of blunders

Ruffling some feathers today on the interweb is this article by Mason Resnick for Adorama which explains away his reasons for never going back to film photography and promoting the digital way. While the never ceasing film vs. digital clash has become moot for most sensible people with a brain stem as they realize there’s a place […]

In your bag No: 1570 – Thomas Hammoudi

In your bag No: 1570 – Thomas Hammoudi Thomas is quite partial to the rangefinder way be it digital or film and lays out beautifully his selection. Hello guys ! My name is Thomas Hammoudi, and I’m a 28yo street photographer (and also blogger) from France. I’ve started photography a decade ago, when my father […]

In your bag No: 1569 – Oliver Gill

In your bag No: 1569 – Oliver Gill Oliver keeps it real simple and ironic when he packs his bag for a promenade. Greetings from Manhattan! My name is Oliver Gill and I work as an urbanscape/landscape photographer for various department stores. For that I shoot on D810. When I’m walking around the city I […]

In your bag No: 1568 – Mo Liu

In your bag No: 1568 – Mo Liu Mo pivoted to street photography and this is all he needs when he hits the streets. I name is Mo Liu, a Chinese student currently studying in England. The contents in my bag are boringly simple, unlike my photography career. My photography experience dates all the way […]

Film News: Double trouble from Dubble

Film News: Double trouble from Dubble Last year Dubble released two specialist films in conjunction with KONO! The Reanimated Film. And now they are back again with a couple more wild experimental films for you to try out. And as a special reward for JCH readers, we have some of this film to give away […]