Tag: film-photography

Guides: Ultimate Scanning guide – Minolta 5400 meets Silverfast 8

Have you got yourself a Minolta 5400 scanner? Want to know how to get the most out of it? Well, thankfully Johan Van Huyssteen has taken the headache out of the equation by writing this how to guide. Strap up, it is a long one. You should know upfront… It’s important to know right here and […]

Camera Geekery: Interview with Lance Rothstein of Labeauratoire

Camera Geekery: Interview with Lance Rothstein of Labeauratoire We like to believe that here at Japan Camera Hunter, we are a damn good bloody good damn good resource for rare cameras and lenses but where does one go to score some rarefied film? Where does one go to pick up some Kodak Holographic, Scotch Chrome […]

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 […]

Get Featured: Jacob Waak

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Get Featured: Jacob Waak

Get Featured: Jacob Waak Jacob has a short and sweet piece for us, perhaps one that will make those damned onion cutting ninjas come out. Check it out. My name is Jacob, 27 yo, based in the north of Germany. I wish my photography to be simple but interesting. Due to my study at the […]

Film News: Flavr

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Film News: Flavr

Film News: Flavr Flavr is the brainchild of Gustav Kollar and is an excellent visual resource for film lovers and shooters. Flavr stands for Film Lovers Analogue Reference. Gustav has clearly put a lot of work into this lovely project. Show your support and get your hands on this wonderful book. My name is Gustav Kollar […]

Travelling with film by Richard Wong

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Travelling with film by Richard Wong

Travelling with film by Richard Wong An interesting guest post today from Richard Wong, sharing his experiences of travelling with film. I don’t travel a lot. But I really enjoy every holiday trip and also love taking photos during the trip. I love taking photos of my kids, my family, and documenting what we did, what we […]

Why you should experiment with different films

Why you should experiment with different films Today we have a great guest article from Jeremy Greenberg. Jeremy has done a mini review of some of the more well known films that are available on the market and why you should have some in your bag. As fan of JCH, I was delighted to collaborate […]

Get Featured: Wes Telyea

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Get Featured: Wes Telyea

Get Featured: Wes Telyea A great project that takes us back to the farm. Wes shares with us his love of the great outdoors and how this lifestyle was a learning experience for him. This is part of a long term project, which I hope we can see when it is completed. A little about […]

Film News: Announcing JCH StreetPan 400 film!

Film News: Announcing JCH StreetPan 400 film! Today is my birthday, so what better present could I give to myself and to you too than some film news that is really awesome! Introducing to you my very own brand of film, JCH StreetPan 400! I have been reporting on film news for a while now, […]

Scanning film with a digital camera

Scanning film with a digital camera – by Adrien Saint-Pierre Today we have a guest article on how to scan your film negatives with a digital camera. Cutting out the need for a flatbed scanner and making use of what many photographers have at home. Adrien Saint-Pierre takes us through the process in this excellent […]