1. accent-magazine:

Issue Six launches one week today:
accent-magazine.com

    accent-magazine:

    Issue Six launches one week today:

    accent-magazine.com

  2. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  3. davehendley:

Lee Perry 2003
From a film that had been sitting in a drawer for the past 11 years.

What an amazing image! I’m left to wonder whether I should leave recently exposed rolls sitting in my drawer for the next 11 years hoping that all the frames will become so intense in the meantime… or wait, maybe it works only with davehendley's drawer?

    davehendley:

    Lee Perry 2003

    From a film that had been sitting in a drawer for the past 11 years.

    What an amazing image! I’m left to wonder whether I should leave recently exposed rolls sitting in my drawer for the next 11 years hoping that all the frames will become so intense in the meantime… or wait, maybe it works only with davehendley's drawer?

  4. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  5. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  6. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  7. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  8. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  9. 20 July 2014

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    johanna

    EVERYONE GET THIS!!! AMAZING!!!
tokyo-camera-style:

johanna:

Another cover design approved! Textured/embossed paperback cover printed in two special inks, plus a matt laminated half jacket.
The book is due out in 2015 and will bring a smile to the lips - plus an intense yearning to trawl eBay and second-hand camera shops - perfect for analogue camera lovers and geeks! Hundreds of vintage, customised and rare camera makes, models and lenses all captured and meticulously identified. A careful selection of street fashion photographs taken on the fly, with the camera as the star, taken by the man who did it first and the man who does it best - the sartorialist of the camera world John Sypal.

It’s with extreme pleasure that I am finally able to announce that the Tokyo Camera Style photobook is set to be released by renowned publisher Thames & Hudson in 2015.  
It all started back in the fall of 2013 with an email out of the blue from a design director at T&H (the owner of the tumblr this image is reblogged from) telling how much she enjoyed the site and asking if I had ever thought about making a Tokyo Camera Style book.  To be honest, it wasn’t actually something I had given serious consideration, but with the backing of Thames & Hudson and a desire to see just how photobooks are made from the inside it was a project that I was excited to agree to.
The book designer, Andersen M Studio, did a fantastic job on the layout and cover design- it’s really well done and I’m not just saying that because I created the content. The three hundred pages of images have a smart and enjoyable flow.  I think you’ll like it, too.
It’s been an incredible experience so far- it’s been a chance to deal with these pictures in a new way, a chance to see them curated and laid out by someone else, and my favorite part- this has been a chance to make some new connections and friends.  It’s all very exciting and I plan on keeping you up to date over the next few months before it hits the shelves.  The actual release date has yet to be announced but I will certainly let you know once I am able.
Finally, I want to thank all 10,000+ of you who follow Tokyo Camera Style on Tumblr and everyone else who visits the site by whatever other means- it’s thanks to your interest and enjoyment of this site over the past six years that has helped make it all possible.  
Thank you!
- John 

    EVERYONE GET THIS!!! AMAZING!!!

    tokyo-camera-style:

    johanna:

    Another cover design approved!

    Textured/embossed paperback cover printed in two special inks, plus a matt laminated half jacket.

    The book is due out in 2015 and will bring a smile to the lips - plus an intense yearning to trawl eBay and second-hand camera shops - perfect for analogue camera lovers and geeks!

    Hundreds of vintage, customised and rare camera makes, models and lenses all captured and meticulously identified.

    A careful selection of street fashion photographs taken on the fly, with the camera as the star, taken by the man who did it first and the man who does it best - the sartorialist of the camera world John Sypal.

    It’s with extreme pleasure that I am finally able to announce that the Tokyo Camera Style photobook is set to be released by renowned publisher Thames & Hudson in 2015.  

    It all started back in the fall of 2013 with an email out of the blue from a design director at T&H (the owner of the tumblr this image is reblogged from) telling how much she enjoyed the site and asking if I had ever thought about making a Tokyo Camera Style book.  To be honest, it wasn’t actually something I had given serious consideration, but with the backing of Thames & Hudson and a desire to see just how photobooks are made from the inside it was a project that I was excited to agree to.

    The book designer, Andersen M Studio, did a fantastic job on the layout and cover design- it’s really well done and I’m not just saying that because I created the content. The three hundred pages of images have a smart and enjoyable flow.  I think you’ll like it, too.

    It’s been an incredible experience so far- it’s been a chance to deal with these pictures in a new way, a chance to see them curated and laid out by someone else, and my favorite part- this has been a chance to make some new connections and friends.  It’s all very exciting and I plan on keeping you up to date over the next few months before it hits the shelves.  The actual release date has yet to be announced but I will certainly let you know once I am able.

    Finally, I want to thank all 10,000+ of you who follow Tokyo Camera Style on Tumblr and everyone else who visits the site by whatever other means- it’s thanks to your interest and enjoyment of this site over the past six years that has helped make it all possible.  

    Thank you!

    - John 

  10. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  11. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  12. 16 July 2014

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    storyrd

    storyrd:

The Road is Calling

As a way to keep my connection with shooting film alive,  I have been on a mission to re-acquire all of the film cameras that I’ve used since first picking up one in high school.  Now another one has come home to the Story Road.Before I sold my Nikon outfit and moved to a Leica system, I packed this beauty. This Nikon F3 was a workhorse  for most all of my  photojournalist friends at the great Philadelphia newspapers in the mid to late 1980’s.Though this one does not have the original Highpoint viewfinder that I owned, it was still a gem to shoot.  I coupled it with an MD-4 motor drive which easily helped burn through the then plentiful film at 5 fps.It arrived this week. No motor, no HP viewfinder. But, it came with a lot of memories and a mission to create new ones, on film, manually…one frame at a time.  See you down the Road.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

    storyrd:

    The Road is Calling

    As a way to keep my connection with shooting film alive,  I have been on a mission to re-acquire all of the film cameras that I’ve used since first picking up one in high school.  Now another one has come home to the Story Road.

    Before I sold my Nikon outfit and moved to a Leica system, I packed this beauty. This Nikon F3 was a workhorse  for most all of my  photojournalist friends at the great Philadelphia newspapers in the mid to late 1980’s.

    Though this one does not have the original Highpoint viewfinder that I owned, it was still a gem to shoot.  I coupled it with an MD-4 motor drive which easily helped burn through the then plentiful film at 5 fps.

    It arrived this week. No motor, no HP viewfinder. But, it came with a lot of memories and a mission to create new ones, on film, manually…one frame at a time.  See you down the Road.

    Lancaster, Pennsylvania

  13. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014

  14. micdotcom:

    Charts show how history’s most brilliant people scheduled their days

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  15. London, Spring 2014

    London, Spring 2014