ilove35mm.com offers an appreciation of 35mm color and black and white photography. A 'film is not dead!' nostalgia site this isn't, because we believe 35mm endures. The work of the historical masters of the format—Frank, Winogrand, Bresson, Meyerowitz and many many more—without doubt continues to influence photographers present and future, and provides enjoyment, if not amazement, for viewers. Active use of 35mm will continue as well, even in light of the mass migration to digital. In fact, the unique characteristics of 35mm—the aspect ratio, the Zeiss and other short, long and fast prime lenses, the film stocks of Kodak and Fuji with their rich blacks and saturated color—become more pronounced as the digital revolution unfolds. But what is it as a sum total of these characteristics that allows 35mm to 'speak' to us so vibrantly and poignantly? This question asks us to look at 35mm, discuss it, explore it, appreciate its way of representing the seen world—and practice it. Please enjoy this site, which is in its infancy.