Tag: documentary-photography

Get Featured: Mario Zorzi

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Get Featured: Mario Zorzi

Get Featured: Mario Zorzi Mario shares with us an intimately poignant project that is both haunting and humbling. Don’t nobody go nowhere. Hello, my name is Mario Zorzi and I come from Verona, Italy. I share with you this project with which I am trying to document my father’s disease. The title, “nelle mani del Padre” […]

Paranoid Android: Street photography in 2017

Paranoid Android: Street photography in 2017 「おい!何やってんだよォ!」translates as “Hey, what are you doing?” but tone trumps words in Japanese, so it was more like a “what the f**k do you think you’re doing!?” This was lovingly shouted into my left ear by a bystander after snapping a photo of a boy in a school uniform […]

Get Featured: Daniel Fredholm

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Get Featured: Daniel Fredholm

Get Featured: Daniel Fredholm Daniel got back into photography after having kids, and ran with it. Now he shares with us his work after a trip to Rome. My name is Daniel Fredholm. I am a great fan of the Japan Camera Hunter website. This is my first attempt to Get Featured. I started out […]

In your bag No: 1513 – Chang Liu

In your bag No: 1513 – Chang Liu Chang inspires envy with a couple beautiful Japanese classics. This is Chang Liu, based in Sydney Australia, Architecture is my usually game, but when I got some free time- which doesn’t come easy these days, I shoot photos. I shoot both digital and film, one is result chasing, the […]

Family photos pulled from Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters

Family photos pulled from Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters After the horrific devastation of the Hurricanes in the USA, it is heartwarming to see a story of saving memories that were very nearly lost. By Michael C. Duke Record-smashing rainfall brought by Hurricane Harvey flooded tens of thousands of homes across the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast, […]

In your bag No: 1508 – Alex Miller

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In your bag No: 1508 – Alex Miller

In your bag No: 1508 – Alex Miller Alex rocks some serious gear in his tote bag. That X-pan is to die for. Check it out. My name is Alex Miller, I’m from Perth, Western Australia – long time reader and avid follower of JCH, I’m just dropping a line about a couple of things.  […]

In your bag No: 1507 – Daryl Boey

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In your bag No: 1507 – Daryl Boey

In your bag No: 1507 – Daryl Boey Daryl shows us understated efficiency with his daily go-to arrangement. A balanced trifecta of quality, speed and simplicity, the perfect setup for any grad student! My name is Daryl and I’m an enthusiast weekend-photographer from Singapore who will be enrolling for graduate studies soon (hopefully this means […]

In your bag No: 1506 – Adam Ranz

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In your bag No: 1506 – Adam Ranz

In your bag No: 1506 – Adam Ranz Today we have a nice bag from Cincinnati. Adam shares with us his daily gear. A very tidy setup for someone under 20. Check it out. My name is Adam Ranz, I am a young photographer currently living in Cincinnati Ohio in the States. I am 18 […]

In your bag No: 1505 – Kevin Clemente

In your bag No: 1505 – Kevin Clemente Kevin brings us something short and sweet. A nice classic setup with a very Japanese feel to it, from the items contained to the layout. This one is a beauty. Check it out. My name is Kevin and I’m a software consultant in the day but I […]

In your bag No: 1504 – Zeeshan

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In your bag No: 1504 – Zeeshan

In your bag No: 1504 – Zeeshan Zeeshan is right, we don’t get many bag submissions from India, but when we do they are fantastic. I hope to see many more in the future. Enjoy this iconic setup. This is Zeeshan from India. Don’t see many Indian bag submissions so hope this one finds it’s […]