Review Roundup: ShootfilmCo PhotoMemo - The Perfect Notebook for Photographers
If you're a photographer looking for a convenient and organized way to keep track of your film shots, look no further than the ShootfilmCo PhotoMemo notebook. This handy notebook has received rave reviews from photographers who have found it to be a valuable tool in their workflow. Let's take a closer look at what customers are saying:
- "When I saw these notebooks I had to have one, and to be honest as a photographer making notes about my shots is my biggest weakness. I bought these hoping that I would force better habits on myself, sigh* Anyways, the notebooks are light, easy to fit into my jean pocket or small pouches on my camera bags. I love the simple brown cover and the soft cream paper."
Pros: Durable (minor rain splashes are not problematic), small/thin.
- "More room in the 'Subject/Location' section would be appreciated; since I use the notebook when I'm traveling, I typically shoot multiple locations and subjects on one roll, and having more space to log that (rather than cramming it on the designated space) would be preferred. Possibly a chart with columns, where the subject is one header and location is another header would be better."
- "It's got great metadata spaces at the top of each spread, but they're minimally invasive and allow you to really use the notebooks however you want. Need to make a full page of notes not related to a specific roll of film? Go for it - the printing is light enough not to be in the way. Want to reconfigure it and add a column or two of your own? No problem, break out the straightedge and have fun. And if you want to jam three of these in your camera bag, knock yourself out -- the size is near-ideal."
- "I'm pretty bad at finishing rolls of film, remembering what I've got loaded in what camera, and remembering what exactly I was up to by the time something is ready to process. The PhotoMemo helps a lot with that, but aside from just helping me remember what I was doing at any point in my photographic life, PhotoMemo saves me when shooting large format. I've got all these film holders and a couple different kinds of film floating around. Keeping it all straight in my head just doesn't work, and being able to have a nice little spot specifically made to help me organize that has been a lifesaver."
- "I primarily use these to record the film's ASA and the camera's shutter speed and aperture readings for a shot's exposure. My M2 lacks a meter, so I shoot a lot of 'sunny 16' shots, and these recordings have really helped me develop my skill in judging light for a decent exposure. I tend to test different film stocks in different scenarios as well as depending on the environment and lighting conditions. To track my results, I write down my settings in the PhotoMemo. I have found some apps that I could do this with, but there is something about writing down settings with pencil and paper."
From these customer reviews, it's clear that the ShootfilmCo PhotoMemo notebook is a must-have tool for photographers. Its compact size, durable construction, and customizable layout make it a convenient and efficient way to keep track of your film shots. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned film photographer, the PhotoMemo will help you stay organized and improve your photography skills. Don't wait any longer—get your hands on a ShootfilmCo PhotoMemo notebook and take your film photography to the next level!