Time to dream.
It’s moonday ;-)
When you let a place, your home let’s say, you are not going to come back. The travel is infinite and if you take back some steps it’s just going to take much more time to going to nowhere.
I was thinking in buying a medium format camera or even a large format camera. I think 35mm film photography it’s cool but it has the problem that it’s the format with lesser quality, and if I am going to spend money for every time I press the shutter so I’d prefer that the quality of the image worth the time and money spent on it.
But it’s not easy, I don’t live in US, EU or Japan, here in Peru the best places to process are in the small towns, but if I want true quality I have to import the film rolls, I’ve to import the batteries, if I want to repair I have to buy the manuals and repair it myself because the technics are forgetting to repair film cameras.
Ok, I bought from overseas rolls, batteries and parts to repair. I repaired the camera and now it’s working, but now there are again more problems: the laboratories haven’t skilled people to process the film, their scanners are old and domestic and certainly they are forgetting to process the rolls. The costs to get a kit to process in home the film are high, the scanners or macro adds to scan or photograph the films are high, if I change to medium format the prices are higher.
I don’t know if it worth it. Instead to worry in to photograph I am more worried, with film, in gadgets as scanners, tripods, shutter releases, etcetera.
Points of Yellow. I’d like to take more photos of fields but when they are in middle of the city it’s a bit suspicious. In the countryside is another story, the people are very happy to talk with you and they can invite you to the fields to see their work. I guess it’s the problem of trust in the big cities, of course the little towns have their problems too.