Developing photography projects – Pt. 2 – Trevor Saylor Trevor is back and he continues with his piece about how to develop and manage a photography project. A very interesting piece which should hopefully prove helpful for people working on projects.
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 [...]
Featured photographer, George Marazakis Recently whilst searching for some new photographers to feature I came across the work of George Marazakis on flickr. His images really stood out from the crowd and he is one of a new generation of Greek photographers who are really starting to out out some amazing photography. I am very [...]
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.
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.
In your bag 366, Matt Granger AKA ThatNikonGuy And normal service is resumed. For those of you that thought we would stop at 365, that is not going to happen. Matt Granger AKA ThatNikonGuy has been kind enough to share his bag with us today. Lets have a look what’s inside…hint, it isn’t Canon.
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.
JCH visits Manila As many of you may know, I went to Manila for a spot of business a couple of weeks back. I was only there for a very short time, but I came back with a great impression. Let me tell you about it.
In your bag 358, Jon Clay Todays bag is lovely and simple. The bare essentials. Which is great because the bare essentials also happen to contain one of my film cases. Jolly good.
In your bag 357, Benjamin Aw Now this is a whopper of a bag! The ‘frankenbag’, this one is holding just about the whole world. Well, at least Ben’s world. Come and see.