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Film news: Photoklassik International Magazine

In case you missed it, Photoklassik magazine completed their successful Kickstarter campaign and have started sending out copies of the international version of the magazine. And what a magazine. A dedicated magazine for film photography. In case you did miss the Kickstarter though, fear not, as you can order yourself a copy of this wonderful […]

In your bag No: 1609 – Nicholas Palfrey

In your bag No: 1609 – Nicholas Palfrey Nicholas has used lessons learned from trials and errors of the past and settled on this sweet setup for his latest adventure in Morocco. Hello! My name is Nicholas, I’m 24 from London and I am currently studying for my masters in Sculpture at the Royal College of […]

In your bag No: 1608 – Gregory McLaughlin

In your bag No: 1608 – Gregory McLaughlin   Gregory packs some sweet glass next to his bear spray when traversing the beautiful landscapes of the Yukon. Hi there, My name is Gregory McLaughlin and I’m a photographer based in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. My start in photography was in the late 90’s when I got my […]

In your bag No: 1607 – Nuno Cruz

In your bag No: 1607 – Nuno Cruz Nuno manages to haul these minimalist multimedia machines to capture the beauty that is Croatia. Hi there again Bellamy and fellow photo enthusiasts! I am once again boarding a plane, which means JCH gets an email. I am flying to Croatia to enjoy good weather, food, nature and […]

In your bag No: 1606 – Yannick Schütz

In your bag No: 1606 – Yannick Schütz Yannick can confidently traverse Scandinavia with this ready-for-anything setup, check it out. Hi guys, I have planned a new tour and this time I am going to Finnmark with my GT Karakoram. Since I am not walking with my backpack this time, I can pack a little more. […]

Camera Geekery: Tokyo 2020 Olympics – quartz date camera guide

So you think you know all about quartz date cameras? Johan Van Huyssteen is back on the site to school you all on which quartz camera will be ready for Tokyo 2020. Camera Geekery: Tokyo 2020 Olympics – quartz date camera guide So… you’ve watched Akira 20 times by now. You can’t believe that Otomo-san […]

Camera Geekery: TOGTEES X JCH JAPAN CAMERA TEE

Camera Geekery: TOGTEES X JCH JAPAN CAMERA TEE Summer is here and it is time to flex your JCH colours. I have teamed up with TogTees to bring you a fresh new range of special edition T-shirts (and who knows what else). TogTees and I have been busy beavering away to come up with some […]

Camera Geekery: Fuji GW690III review

Camera Geekery: Fuji GW690III review I’ve always heard whispers of the Fuji GW690III among medium format shooters for its supposed legendary lens and portability, but had not ever used one in practice. So when the opportunity arose to borrow one and shoot for a weekend, I promptly got a photo boner and was aroused to […]

Camera Geekery: Rolleiflex SL66 Review

Camera Geekery: Rolleiflex SL66 Review Remember the good ol’ days when manufacturers had the ambition to just make the best damn product possible without prioritizing supreme the bottom line? Such a mentality brought us the Leica M3, the timeless, gorgeously over-engineered icon that needs no introduction. The medium format equivalent? I bring you the Rolleiflex […]

Camera Geekery: The ultra rare 17.3mm Fisheye Nikkor

Camera Geekery: The ultra rare 17.3mm Fisheye Nikkor Something very special indeed has appeared online. And as I know the owner I decided to get the skinny on this ultra rare Nikon lens. I have a bit of a thing for rare Nikon lenses. I have found several very special pieces in the past, like […]