In episode 11 of Matt Loves Cameras I discuss shooting three different film stocks on two point and shoots while on holiday in Indonesia. The big question... what will I take next time I travel overseas? I still haven't worked that out yet!
I also talk about Rolf Dobelli's excellent book The art of the good life and an article I recently wrote for Digital Photography School: The Best Fujifilm X-Series Kits for Travel Photography.
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Matt Loves Cameras: film camera reviews, instant camera reviews, everything analogue photography related.
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