Tag: Japan-camera

Film News: Cinestill to the rescue with new powder chemistry

Film News: Cinestill to the rescue with new powder chemistry The photographic film industry has been feeling negative (hehe) on the heels of the drama surrounding Tetenal but great news arrives for lovers of home developing. CineStill has swooped to the rescue and launched new powdered versions of its color and b&w film development kits. Both the DF96 […]

In your bag No: 1628 – John Messina

In your bag No: 1628 – John Messina When John isn’t developing and printing in his “Hell Bath” he’s cycling around with these essentials in the hunt for capturing beauty. Long time reader, first bag-poster. I am a graduate student in soil ecology in the Pacific Northwest doing research on mycorrhizal communities in grasslands. In […]

Camera Geekery: Ricoh GR Lens 28mm f2.8 L39

Camera Geekery: Ricoh GR Lens 28mm f2.8 L39 Not quite the unicorn of lenses for use with a Leica but the Ricoh GR Lens 28mm f2.8 for L39 mount is nevertheless a rare beast. With reportedly only 3000 pieces made (2000 in silver, 1000 in black), you will find nary a thing on that Google […]

In your bag No: 1627 – Bastian Block

In your bag No: 1627 – Bastian Block Bastian checks back in with a pack that carries his minimal yet trusted companions on new city explorations. Hi fellas of film photography, my name is Bastian Block and this is the second time showing you my ‘what’s in my bag selection’. Recently there have been some […]

In your bag No: 1626 – Marvin Lawrow

In your bag No: 1626 – Marvin Lawrow Marvin hauls his beloved beast and its friends everywhere he wanders to capture monochrome magic. My name is Marvin Lawrow. I’m a photographer from Königswinter, Germany and I am 21 years old.Photography became the big thing in my life next to music, when I was about 12 and my dad gave […]

In your bag No: 1625 – Lee Basford

In your bag No: 1625 – Lee Basford Lee alluringly arrays his essential tools of the trade when cycling and working with the best. I’m an English designer and art director living in Tokyo, often mistaken as a photographer, occasionally a writer.Making images began early, with a huge influence from documentary photography and skateboard/bicycle freestyle photographers like […]

Film Review: Cinestill Film

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Film Review: Cinestill Film

Film Review: Cinestill Film “Film is dead” is the #fakenews we are kept being fed yet if you frequent any purveyor of our beloved archaic tech, Cinestill Film is pretty much always in short supply. Even at a whopping ¥1800 (~$16 usd) per roll here in the land of the rising sun, photographers are flocking […]

In your bag No: 1624 – Marius Migles

In your bag No: 1624 – Marius Migles Marius stylishly displays the tools of the trade that have earned the right to accompany him on crucial gigs. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. I say that it depends on the person taking it. And my main purpose as a professional wedding photographer is […]

In your bag No: 1623 – Martin

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In your bag No: 1623 – Martin

In your bag No: 1623 – Martin Martin finds analog and digital harmony in this minimal setup that perpetually accompanies him on the go. My name is Martin and I am founder and editor of Photo/Foto Magazine – a relatively new online publication that seeks to provide a platform for emerging photographers.I am a passionate advocate […]

In your bag No: 1622 – Gavin Bain

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In your bag No: 1622 – Gavin Bain

In your bag No: 1622 – Gavin Bain Gavin’s settled (for now) on this selection for daily companionship after years on the gear carousel. Hey JCH community! My name is Gavin Bain and I currently reside in Townsville, Australia. If you’ve never been, think of the hottest tropical climate you’ve visited and double that. Plus it […]