86 Film Photography Hashtags for Promoting Your Film Work

Last Updated on: 3 months by Brandon Ballweg

If you’ve been shooting film for a while and have built up a portfolio, you may be wondering how you can promote your work.

Film photography hashtags can be a free and easy way to get some exposure and start gaining followers on social media.

If you want to really gain a foothold in the industry and make your film photography more than just a passion, it’ll require more than just hashtags of course — you need to couple it with marketing and advertising to get client work.

But using film photography hashtags consistently over time can really help you build a following.

  1. #FilmPhotography
  2. #FilmPhotographyProject
  3. #FilmPhotographyDay
  4. #FilmPhotographyPodcast
  5. #FilmPhotographyIsNotDead
  6. #FilmPhotographyWorkshop
  7. #FilmPhotographyIsGrowing
  8. #FilmPhotographyCommunity
  9. #FilmPhotography35mm
  10. #FilmPhotographyLovers
  11. #FilmPhotographyClub
  12. #FilmPhotographySquad
  13. #FilmPhotographyVisuals
  14. #FilmPhotographyLover
  15. #FilmPhotographyLives
  16. #FilmPhotographyAssignments
  17. #FilmPhotographyWriting
  18. #FilmPhotographyBW
  19. #FilmPhotographyMonochrome
  20. #FilmPhotographyID
  21. #FilmPhotographyTrip
  22. #FilmPhotographyOfTheDay
  23. #FilmPhotograph
  24. #FilmPhoto
  25. #FilmPhotographic
  26. #FilmPhotoMag
  27. #FilmPhotoShare
  28. #FilmPhotographer
  29. #FilmPhotos
  30. #FilmPhotographers
  31. #FilmPhotoClub
  32. #FilmPhotoGeeks
  33. #FilmPhotoOfTheDay
  34. #FilmPhotographyDay
  35. #FilmPhotoPT
  36. #FilmPhotogram
  37. #FilmPhotoAward
  38. #FilmPhotoShoot
  39. #FilmPhotographic
  40. #FilmPhotographics
  41. #FilmPhoto_BW
  42. #FilmPhotonia
  43. #FilmPhotographics
  44. #FilmPhotographicCommunity
  45. #Film
  46. #FilmIsNotDead
  47. #FilmCamera
  48. #FilmCommunity
  49. #FilmLife
  50. #FilmShootersCollective
  51. #FilmNoir
  52. #FilmProduction
  53. #Film35mm
  54. #35mmFilm
  55. #35mmFilmPhoto
  56. #35mmFilmPhotography
  57. #35mmFilmCamera
  58. #35mmFilmClub
  59. #35mmFilmPhotograph
  60. #FilmLover
  61. #35mmFilmShooters
  62. #35mmFilmRoll
  63. #35mmFilmCameras
  64. #35mmFilmGang
  65. #35mmFilmBook
  66. #35mmFilmArt
  67. #35mmFilmShots
  68. #35mmFilmPhotographers
  69. #35mmFilmPhotographer
  70. #35mmStreetPhotography
  71. #35mmFilmOnly
  72. #35mmFilmArchive
  73. #35mmFilmWeddingPhotographer
  74. #35mmFilmStyle
  75. #35mmFilmDiary
  76. #35mmFilmPhotos
  77. #FilmOnly
  78. #FilmReview
  79. #FilmShooters
  80. #FilmShooter
  81. #FilmIsAlive
  82. #FilmIndustry
  83. #FilmShoot
  84. #FilmIsBetter
  85. #FilmStill
  86. #FilmForever

Last Thoughts

Film photography continues chugging along even now, with some films being discontinued and the ubiquitous use of digital. Digital is easier and more convenient, but there’s something special about shooting on film cameras and the process of developing film.

Film has characteristics to it that are hard to replicate with digital. In particular, I personally think the highlights on film exposures look better than what you get with digital. Some photographers like how film slows you down and makes you think more before tanking images, as the camera forces you to, plus each exposure costs you money in the form of film.

With film, your camera won’t allow you to take as many shots as digital cameras. Additionally, if you’re developing film yourself, it’s a lot of work and time-consuming. It’s also time-consuming if you take it to a shop to get developed. Of course, it can be very rewarding.

One more thing to keep in mind when using film photography hashtags is to add the location where the photo was shot to some of them. People also search for and click on hashtags of certain locations, and it could lead to you getting paid work in some way. For example, hashtags like #FilmPhotographyNewYork can lead to opportunities if you’re a photographer in New York.

If you have other types of photography you’d like to promote, be sure to check out our article on hashtags for photography.

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Brandon Ballweg

Brandon Ballweg is a photographer from the Kansas City area. He is the founder of ComposeClick.

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