Digging in – Tokyo Street photography Recently a few people have been asking me to show more of my work on the site. I am not really a big fan of showing my work and I get pretty nervous about it. But seeing as people are asking I decided to bite the bullet so to [...]
Buy Film Not Megapixels – Grade Select Goods A lot of people ask me about getting some of my stickers, well, they are not mine. Ray at Gradeselect is the man behind the ‘Buy Film Not Megapixels’ gear and he has just released a lod more. Check it out…
Jesse’s book review – Counting Grains Of Sand by Hiromi Tsuchida Jesse is back with the latest book review and it is a personal favourite of mine. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Jesse’s Book Review – Shamanatsu 2011 by Araki Jesse Freeman kicks off the new year with a new book review. Come and read this wonderfully composed piece. Some of this may be considered NSFW, just so you know.
Top posts of 2012 Well, that was 2012. We didn’t all burn up in a Mayan prophecy and the global markets didn’t completely fall apart. So what was happening on JCH? Well, a lot was happening. Here are some of the top posts of 2012 for you condensed pleasure.
Visiting Tokyo? Then go here… Some of you might remember that I wrote a little buyers guide for camera shopping in Tokyo. Well, there was a map attached to that, which may have been overlooked by some. So here is is again.
A Film Shooter’s Guide to Film Part Three: Developing Cosh is back. In part three of this great series he is going to explain to us the finer points of developing for yourself. So get your beverage ready and have a good read.
Revolog Films: A mini interview I was first made aware of Revolog film a while ago by the guys at believeinfilm and they interested me a great deal. I love the fact that some people are prepared to take their passion to new lengths.
Book Review: Tokyo, the 50′s by Ikko Narahara Jesse Freeman is back again with another wonderful book review for us. The last one was brilliantly received and I hope you all enjoy this one as much too.
Developing photography projects – Trevor Saylor Photographer Trevor Saylor has been kind enough to share with us his experience in developing photography projects. I hope that Trevor will be a regular contributor to the site in the future.