1. pc

    Started watching a couple of your videos. How many ‘keepers’ do you get out of each roll of film? Provided that it is not the first time handling a new camera, there is a challenge in getting as many keepers as possible out of each roll of film. You can have a vlog on the progress if any. There are other ideas to be focused in photography while being filmed by Emilia. Having a single camera and a roll of film across 2-3 weeks or 2-3 photoshoots , you can do a review or a challenge with a friend/stranger with a similar setup. The latter seems to be a possibility since you have like-minded followers on social media. Breaking up the session also means you are not burning through the film too quickly. You might find that there are themes you want to concentrate on or themes you tend to do well on.

    • filmbasedtraveler

      wow thanks for your advice! Anyway if you are keen to ‘challenge’ me (aka photowalk), let me know ๐Ÿ™‚

      • pc

        Hey, I seldom leave comments so that must mean that I am really stoked for a local-based Youtube photography channel. ‘Advice’ always make one sound too pompous so please consider the above just considerations or suggestions. If you do not mind an amateur tagging along on a photowalk, I have a couple of film compacts that I have been itching to get more out of.

        • filmbasedtraveler

          haha I’m no professional too, of course I don’t mind! I just love film and shoot for fun ๐Ÿ™‚ so now i’m taking your suggestion of ‘challenging’ each other :p maybe u can email me at filmbasedtraveler@gmail.com and we can discuss about photowalking over there ๐Ÿ™‚

        • filmbasedtraveler

          Hey! There’s a SG film group and I’m in it. if u happen to not be inside yet, and want to meet more film shooters, let me know okay ๐Ÿ™‚ I will add u into the group chat

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