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Six reasons why 35mm film photography remains alive and well

On paper, shooting 35mm film in this day and age makes very little sense. In this post, we explain why we and so many others continue shoot 35mm film regardless.

The Costa Brava’s GR 92 trail on film – hiking with the Nikonos V

Over Christmas last year, my sister and I hiked on the GR 92 trail on Catalonia’s Costa Brava. Here’s some 35mm film photos I took along the way.

Kodak Ektar H35 review  – Are half frame cameras worth it?

Amid sky-rocketing prices of film, the Kodak Ektar H35 half frame camera offers an economical solution for film shooters. In this review, we’ll cover if it’s worth it an how it stacks up against regular 35mm film cameras.

The best 35mm film stocks to try this summer

Every day, more and more photographers are re-discovering film. These are our top picks for the best 35mm film stocks to try this summer.

A Photographer’s Travel Guide to the Philippines

Think of photography in the Philippines and you’ll likely think of white-sand beaches and limestone cliffs. Here, we discuss the under-explored beauty of the Philippines.

The Fuji DL 300 – an under-appreciated gem of a 35mm point and shoot film camera

When discussing point and shoot film cameras, Fuji are often overlooked. Here, we cover the Fuji DL 300, arguably among the best deals out there.

The Olympus Trip 35 – Taking a true icon of travel photography to Turin

The Olympus Trip 35 can undoubtedly be seen as one of the original 35mm travel photography cameras. We took the Trip 35 to Turin to test how well it has stood the test of time.

Our guide on how to choose the best camera filters for you in 2024

A good set of camera filters can open up a whole new world of options when it comes to the images you can capture on your travels. In this article, we’ll explain the types of filters available and what they do.

Nikonos V – the ultimate adventure-ready 35mm camera

Amongst adventure photographers, the Nikonos V needs little introduction. It’s amongst the most iconic and well-loved 35mm film cameras ever released, and with good reason.