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PhotoMemo is Back in Stock. Check Out What People Have to Say About It.

PhotoMemo is Back in Stock. Check Out What People Have to Say About It.

While I knew that PhotoMemo would serve the needs of some people, myself included, I had no idea of the popularity they would have! When it was first released back in October of 2016, every major photography press outlet picked up on it. Here's a collection of the many reviews and features that popped up on the web over the past few months! I know there's a few more out there, and even a couple in German and Portuguese. I'll hunt those down and add those as I find them!

UPDATE: Oct 3, 2017: Found this feature on a Netherlands-based website, digifotopro.nl, in Dutch: http://www.digifotopro.nl/content/photomemo-speciaal-voor-de-analoog-fotograaf

CasualPhotophile: 10 Holiday Gifts for Photo Geeks

FSTOPPERS: Photomemo: A Simple Tool For Film Photographers to Log Their Exposures

PETAPIXEL: PhotoMemo: Simple Memo Books for Film Photographers

Popular Photography: The PhotoMemo Notebook Is Made Specifically For Film Photographers

The Phoblographer: PhotoMemo Effectively Organizes Your Film Exposures Data Logging With Style

EMULSIVE: Introducing the PhotoMemo from Mike Padua and Shoot Film Co.

35MMC: PhotoMemo Books – from Mike Padua’s ShootFilmCo

Daniel Schneider: PhotoMemo is the (film) photographer’s notebook you’re looking for

Alex Luyckx: Photo Notebook Show Down

Richard Pickup: Photomemo notebook: the photographer's friend

Utah Film Photography: PhotoMemo Photographer’s Memo Book