Friends of 35mmc

I speak to lots of other bloggers – but these are those who I keep in touch with the most. Check out thier websites, if you haven’t already!

Cameragocamera
https://cameragocamera.com/
Making good use of the things that I find. Trying film cameras I find in junk shops and through swaps.

Casual Photophile
https://casualphotophile.com
A camera culture website. The editorial side of the camera shop fstopcameras.com.

Down the Road
https://blog.jimgrey.net
A personal blog that is 75% about Jim’s hobby of film photography, full of gear reviews and photography tips. Otherwise he shares photos and stories about old cars, old buildings, and old roads, as well as from his life.

EMULSIVE
https://emulsive.org
Film photography reviews, experiments, interviews, news and culture for photographers of all ages and levels of experience.

Japan Camera Hunter
http://www.japancamerahunter.com

Kosmo Foto
https://kosmofoto.com
Camera reviews, film photography news, features and analogue photography history, plus the home of Kosmo Foto Mono, the first film from my emerging film brand.

Mike Eckman dot com
http://www.mikeeckman.com
Film photography reviews with an emphasis on history and backstories. I also replublish period magazine articles and other documents that I find which provide additional insight to our hobby.

PhotoThinking
https://photothinking.com
Theo writes about classic cameras and his photographic experiences. Articles with how-tos, techniques and combinations of different equipment are a great resource for any photography enthusiast.

ShootFilmCo
http://www.shootfilmco.com
Celebrating the art, process, and gear of the film photography community with gear reviews, videos, artist interviews and ShootFilmCo brand merchandise.

TheGasHaus
https://thegashaus.com
Collector’s site with a wide variety of cameras as well as found film and utilizing 3D-printing to improve or expand the film experience.

Austerityphoto
https://austerityphoto.co.uk/
Shooting Film on the cheap side of the Border in Credit Crunch Britain. Looking at the more bargain and lo-fi end of the analogue camera market.

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