"Film Dating": A Helpful Quiz for Film Beginners

2017-02-14 3

Here's another quiz to accompany your results from Which Lomo 35mm Camera Should You Bring in a Date?. Whether you're a newbie photographer or have been in the analogue grind for years now, make a special exception for today and document your Valentine's Day with a camera and film most compatible to your aesthetics.

Vincent Moschetti from One Year with Film Only developed a quiz, supposedly to help beginner photographers to find their perfect film match in 35mm. The tool is called "Film Dating", a minimalist, listicle-like quiz with a 5-item quiz narrowing down the best film stock suggestion for you. There are no questions, just photographs as options, and you carefully choose the image, feel and style that resonates with you the most. Here's how the interface of the tool looks like:

Screenshots of the website

Take the test here now and find your one-and-only-true 35mm soulmate!

Images used are screenshots from Film Dating.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-02-14 #gear #tutorials #film #quiz #analogue #35mm-film #analogue-photography #film-photography #lomography-800 #fiilm-dating #vincent-moschetti

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  1. srcardoso
    srcardoso ·

    WOW! My 35mm soulmate is Kodak TX 400!!! How could it know? :-)

  2. nural
    nural ·

    Haha my soulmate film is of course Lomography X-Pro Slide!

  3. sirio174
    sirio174 ·

    Ohhh... Lomography colour 100 (CN100)!

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