35mm per Frame is a new community for enthusiasts of analog photography

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Among the digital age of photography, surrounded by smartphones, DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras capable to take as many shots as we wish per second, it is definitely understandable the popularity even more due to the rise of social mídia in our lives. However, what if we could blend the best of the two worlds in one place? Thinking about this concept, I’m proud to present the new community on Instagram called 35mm per Frame.

Created commercially in the 19th century, the french Nicphore Niépce was the first person ever to shot photography called “View from the Window at Le Gras”. The term analogue photography is described as the traditional method using analogue camera and film. A film roll comes with a limited number of poses. Once you start clicking, the light that comes inside the camera interacting with the chemicals in the film, then, the image is recorded. To see the results, you need to visit a photo lab to process the pictures inside the roll and wait for a few minutes to be done.

Said that the main reason to create this community on Instagram is to keep the nostalgia of the analogue pictures alive and encourage those who never used one before. In addition, it is a good hobby shooting pictures during travels, friends, foods, pets and selfies.

If you have pictures published on Instagram, you just need to tag using #35mmperframe and it is going to be reposted in our profile giving the credits. It is a new opportunity to share your skills, making new friends and followers.

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