35mmc is a community-authored blog about photography and cameras. It is edited and published by me, Hamish Gill, featuring one or two posts of my own each week. In addition to my thoughts, I also edit and publish content submitted by the online community of photographers that 35mmc resides within.
The focus for the website was historically 35mm film cameras, mostly compact and rangefinder models. In fact, the name 35mmc was derived from 35mm Compact camera.
As time has passed since 35mmc was launched in May 2013, these early themes have become much less exclusively what 35mmc is about.
To begin with, the focus of the 35mmc was entirely on film photography and specifically compact cameras, but now all sorts of themes and topics are discussed, even digital cameras and photography(!). Content on 35mmc is now divided into four key sections as follows.
Reviews – If you’re looking for photography equipment and peripheral reviews, this is the place to start!
Theory & Reflections – Looking for something to reflect upon, some photography theory or philosophy, or just want to read about how/why other photographers do what they do?
Tutorials & Knowhow – If you want to learn or discover a new technique, build on your skills, or be inspired to have a go at a bit of DIY or camera modification, then you’re in the right place.
Photography & Project Work – Looking for some inspiration, or just want to flick through the project work and photos?
Write for 35mmc
What really makes 35mmc though is the huge volume of content that is submitted by readers. If you’d like to write for 35mmc, you can find out how here
If you’d like to financially support the growth of this website, you can find out more about how to do there here