Save Analog Photography by Mapping the Best Resources
I took a dive into the analog photography scene to find out if it’ll be safe for the next 15 years. In 9 months I learned that we as a community need to save analog cameras. To read exactly what I found out, head over to

By filling this form you are participating in a global effort to unite every type of analog enthusiast and make sure analog photography stays around for the next generation.
1. Mapping the community
The core people in the analog scene know that they are part of a growing community, but most of the industry and media hasn't quite realized how much is bubbling in the scene. Let's make a map of the worldwide analog community.
Where do you live? *
If you live in the United States of America, please fill in the US version here:
For more info on characteristics of types see
What type of analog person are you? *
These four stereotypes were outlined in my findings at . How much of each type do you see in yourself?
1 (I am nothing like this)
5 (I am exactly like this)
How old are you? *
How many people do you know that have a fresh excitment for analog photography?
Know = a person you have met and talked with outside of the internet.
Clear selection
How many film cameras do you own?
Clear selection
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