This forum is dedicated to those who believe that film photography is not dead. It’s exclusively for those who want to revive this kind of photography. Yes, film photographers maybe endangered species, but in this forum, we can encourage a steady support for a new breed to come.
Digital cameras are amazing tool; with one memory card you can shoot limitless angles with a thousand different shots. But in this forum, you’ll witness masters of photography. You’ll get to talk about studying and learning, much through trial and error, the photography film medium. You can talk about the film speed and grain, response curves, and tonal ranges. Excited, already?
The beauty of film photography is knowing the fact that there’s so much thought given to the process of ensuring every image has the correct film exposure, composition, and lighting, simply because of the amount of time given to develop and cost of the films.
Every couple of months, a few more film stocks are lost. Nevertheless, there’s still a rich variety of films that are worth loading into your camera. In this forum, you can discuss about the specialty that is film photography. This is the perfect place to put together a collection of film photography, while you still can. From the more obscure ones to the old favorites, enjoy the unique and rewarding photographic experience that this kind of photography has to offer. Feel free to discuss, to ask questions, and to comment on you film photography experiences. We’re glad to have you here.