I just found out this site existed, even though it has been online for several years, I guess that’s the beauty of the internet.
I wrote a post earlier about something similar to this – EXIF & analog photography – at least the part with the apps is
(I found out that my beloved EXIF4film app is back online Yeahhh!!)
I really like that the FilmTrackr is accessible via a computer and on your phone, it’s not an app, it’s just a well-made website that works great on both platforms.
Unfortunately it looks like the site hasn’t been updated since April 2018, at least that’s the date the terms and conditions was updated, so it’s just me guessing I guess 🙂
A few things I would like to see added to the site, is a spot for noting at what ISO the film was shot at, I know there is a spot under each frame, where you can add EV value, But it would be nice to note that a FP4+ (ISO 125) was shot at ISO 400 as an overall thing, not under each frame.
The other thing is more unique, and maybe it’s only me that would use it, but a spot for writing the date of the film, I shot a lot of expired film and it would be nice to be able to at the exp. date somewhere. Now I just write it in the description field, and I guess that’s OK.
The geek in me, just loves the fact that you can see different reports on all kinds of things, like most used film, camera, shutter speed and aperture to mention just a few. I like it!
So go have a look right here: FilmTrackr
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