Tag: street photography

PhotoKlassik Akademie Street Photography Workshop

PhotoKlassik Akademie Street Photography Workshop partners with JCH Street Pan Those of you who follow my posts regularly will have seen that I am writing for both Photoklassik (German language) and PhotoKlassik International (English language) magazines. We are now expanding our cooperation, and the PhotoKlassik Akademie will be using JCH Street Pan film for their […]

At the Wim of Words: Photography vs. Faux-tography

At the Wim of Words: Photography vs. Faux-tography My oh my. The renowned film director and photographer Wim Wenders recently took a breather from his Polaroids exhibition to opine on the state of photography in this short interview with the BBC. “I do believe that everybody’s a photographer. We’re all taking billions of pictures, so […]

EYExplore Tokyo with Siegfried Hansen

EYExplore Tokyo with Siegfried Hansen If you are going to find yourself at a loose end in Tokyo during October, then you should totally check out the street photography workshops by EYExplore. Photographer Siegried Hansen will tutor you on how to make the most of Tokyo. Master street photographer Siegfried Hansen will be in Tokyo […]

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 […]

Eric’s Book Review: Footprints in Time

Eric’ Book Review – Footprints in Time by Tom Finke Today we have a special guest book reviewer, Eric J. Hessler, as he introduces us to a two book series by Tom Finke; one chronicling the streets of the U.S of A and it’s companion book featuring the land of the rising sun. Kind of a […]

Camera geekery: Polaroid Originals OneStep 2 i-Type Camera

Camera geekery: Polaroid Originals OneStep 2 i-Type Camera  Is this a glitch in the matrix? Almost a decade since they bid adieu to the instant film and camera they became synonymous with, Polaroid is finally back with the OneStep 2 i-Type and new instant film. Well, technically it’s produced by The Impossible Project, as we […]

Get Featured: Yanbo Tang

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Get Featured: Yanbo Tang

Get Featured: Yanbo Tang Yanbo got into film photography and has been shooting merrily away ever since. He shares how his discovery of black and white film has complemented his contrasty, graphic aesthetic and hasn’t looked back. Check it out. My name is Yanbo Tang and I’m an amateur photographer based in Montreal, Canada. I […]

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: 1502 – Etienne

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In your bag No: 1502 – Etienne

In your bag No: 1502 – Etienne Etienne strips it down to the barest of basics. A couple of cameras, some film and a massive bag to fit it all in. Check it out. I’m Etienne from Paris, France and I’m 36. As I shoot mainly street photos, my bag is quite light. I usually […]