Tag: photobook

Jesse’s Book Review – “Hibi” Tsukiji Market by Takashi Kato

Jesse’s Book Review – “Hibi” Tsukiji Market by Takashi Kato Jesse’s back and he dives into a fresh take on a fishy subject in Takashi Kato’s documentation of the world–renowned sea critter peddlers. With the 2020 Olympics looming here in Tokyo, tourism has been at an all-time high. The city itself is changing to accommodate, where […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Port Area, Sakai, Osaka 12:00 – 14:00, May 4, 2010 by Hiroko Komatsu

Jesse’s Book Review – Port Area, Sakai, Osaka 12:00 – 14:00, May 4, 2010 by Hiroko Komatsu It’s all about the details when you flip through this captivating collection of seemingly random images. Jesse reviews Hiroko Komatsu’s latest. “Exhaustive” can be perhaps be the best word to describe the work of photographer Komatsu Hiroko. She […]

Camera Geekery: Analogue Photography by Andrew Bellamy

While this is a beautiful book, if more people had it we wouldn’t be able to find Nikon SLRs masquerading as broken digital cameras for 3 bucks. All jokes aside, Analogue Photography is a wonderful collection to any film photography lovers’ library. Written by Andrew Bellamy, Analogue Photography: Reference Manual for Shooting Film delves deeply into the technical side […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Japan through a Leica

Jesse’s Book Review – Japan through a Leica by Ihee Kimura This time around Jesse tackles a book that a few people have mentioned to me lately. A really special book for the Leica buffs out there. Japan Through a Leica is really first and foremost a collector’s book. The first edition was released in […]

Jesse’s book review, On the Road by Daido Moriyama Jesse has had a little vacation, but now he is back with a great review of a great book. It is particularly hard to do reviews of such well known photographers when they have the weight of many words behind them, but Jesse covers the Moriyama […]

Photography zines (and books) No: 4 I have a few more fantastic books and zines for your viewing pleasure. I am really enjoying this feature and I get very excited when the post comes with something new and exciting. Check out what I have this time.

Jesse’s book review, A beautiful catastrophe by Bruce Gilden Jesse’s review this week covers one of my personal books. This is a book I took a long time to come to and really respect. It wasn’t until I had met the man that I really understood where and how this book came to be. This […]