Tag: tokyo-photographer

In your bag 299, Kevin Van Haesendonck Kevin rocks a very simple bag indeed, the very basics of what you need to shoot on the street. Come and have a look at this wonderfully pure and straightforward bag.

Littlefields Photography Magazine By Jim Clinefelter Jim Clinefelter is a lovely guy who I have had the pleasure of meeting on several occasions. He also is the producer of the fantastic Littlefields series of miniature photography magazines.

Featured photographer, Simon Becker I was recently very fortunate to be able to spend a fair bit of time with Simon Becker during his visit to Japan. Simon is a very talented photographer and a really nice guy to go with it. Oh and he is a handsome, tall, multi-instrumentalist…Grrrr. Oh well, some people have […]

WANT TO EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC OF SHOOTING AND DEVELOPING FILM OF THE BEAUTIFUL STREETS OF KYOTO? Do you have a film camera just lying around collecting dust? Have you been ever curious about experiencing the magic of film of creating life in your images by processing your own negatives? Do you wish to gain a […]

Darkroom workshop with Tim Porter

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Darkroom workshop with Tim Porter I am very proud to announce my support for Tim Porter’s darkroom workshops in Tokyo. This is a wonderful chance for anyone in Tokyo to learn the essence of the darkroom from a master printer and good friend. Tim has a wealth of experience and skill, and he is also […]

Cool photography tattoos I met up with my friend Mijonju today and he had something very cool to show me. He got an awesome new tattoo that is based on photographic film. It got me thinking about photography tattoos, so I decided to write a little bit about it.

Interview with a collector, Arato Ogura Today I have an interview for you that I have wanted to have on the site for a very long time. Arato Ogura has not only got a stunning collection, but a wealth of knowledge. Lets have a look see.

Featured photographer, Ontoshiki Todays featured photographer is someone who I have been hoping to feature for a long time. Ontoshiki is photographer from Australia who lived in Japan for a while but has now moved on. Let’s hear his thoughts.