Buying a gift for a film photographer can be challenging. The holiday season is upon us, and you might be thinking about a present for a film photographer in your life.Continue reading “The best gifts for film photographers 2020”
I can’t recall how many times we’ve been asked about the reward programme. If only we had a pound, a dollar or a euro (every currency is accepted, to be honest) every time we were asked about rewards… we would spend all the money on film or a few cameras.
Our first ever customer is still subscribed to Cool Film! And we’re delighted to launch a loyalty programme that will reward all our customers.Continue reading “Launching Cool Film Rewards: Share, earn, spend”
Film photography can be a social activity. However, photographers have been adapting to the current situation and changing habits amidst virus outbreak. Exhibitions, photo walks or even trips to photoshops are no longer among simple pleasures that most of us can enjoy.
Three film enthusiasts share their experience of taking pictures while the world is isolating.Continue reading “‘My creativity is high right now’: film photography in isolation”
My Sure Shot Max is a great “soccer mom” camera. It’s designed to be easy to use and trustworthy enough to get the shot, even if you’re not all that experienced with a camera. That being said, it has great features: a configurable flash with red-eye reduction, a 35mm f/3.5 autofocus coated glass lens, auto-loading, auto-winding and a date back. Since I’m so fond of my Canon Sure Shot Owl, and my Canon Sure Shot AF35ML, I didn’t hesitate in buying the $3 point and shoot camera when I spotted it on a thrift store shelf in central Ohio.