Photojottings is a film camera, film, and accessories review site that I started in 2011, and was originally built as a compliment to this digital camera site, which I started in 2006.
Times have changed since I picked up my first digital camera in 1998; it just isn’t fun anymore. I’m working on transitioning away from digital and back to film photography. I grew up on film, and have used it most of my life. Digital was pretty cool when it went mainstream in the early 2000s, but now it seems tired, boring, and very expensive if you use it for business as I do. Film is less expensive in the long run, trust me. So moving forward, I’ll be doing mostly, (if not only) film camera reviews, film reviews, (Kodak Portra, Fuji Superia, Ilford Ortho etc), posts about film negatives (images I’ve scanned from my private collection, or purchased) and century old glass plates, plus a whole lot more in the works.
It’s just me here; I do everything on the site in my spare time. I’m an Interiors Photographer by trade, and keep very busy in Tucson Arizona. Go here to find the best pages, and be sure not to miss the endless observations and comments, (sometimes hidden away), so read carefully, and don’t take me too seriously. Thanks for stopping by!
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– Your wonderful host, Kurt.