The Film Shooters Collective is an international collective of film photographers providing inspiration, reviews, and photo essays each week on their blog. They provide film photographers with opportunity, community, and education. Find out more about social spaces for photography lovers below.


This website offers a space for film photographers of all ages and backgrounds to share their knowledge, experience, and thoughts about everything related to film photography.

The Film Photography Project

This is an internet radio show and online resource for film shooters worldwide.


This website offers reviews, thoughts, and experiences with 35mm compact cameras, rangefinders, and lenses. From vintage manual focus cameras to autofocus point and shoots and everything in between.

The Photography Professor

This website provides guides on film photography, instant photography, digital photography, and darkrooms.

Utah Film Photography

This blog invites photographers, camera collectors, and film aficionados to share their knowledge and inspire current and future film photographers. It desires to preserve the art of film photography by reusing vintage film cameras.


Shutterbug provides the serious photographer unique combination of inspiring feature stories, the latest test reports, and pro topics in every issue. Inside every monthly issue, you’ll get lighting pointers, pro studio tips, test reports, business trends, and much more. Shutterbug is dedicated to helping photographers enhance their creative potential.

Analogue Wonderland

This blog provides regular updates about film stocks, new products, and store news.


This blog is about all things film photography and darkroom related.

Matthew Dallow

This page is dedicated to film photography, shooting film, expired film, discussions, reviews, cameras, travel, food, all shot on film.

I Still Shoot Film

This is a photography space dedicated to the art of film photography, sharing inspiring work from photographers around the globe.

Dora Goodman

This is a film photography blog by Jess Hobbs, a film photographer based out of Montreal, Canada, where she shares her personal experiences using the wide range of Goodman cameras and accessories.

The list is inexhaustible, but you can connect with us for more information. We are available 24/7 to take your questions, suggestions, and more.