South Korea in 35 millimeters.
I find myself at a point where I'm waiting.
I just sent a box of film to be developed in what I hear is one of the best photo-labs in the world.
But a lot can go wrong when Shooting on film.
You could have the incorrect settings on your camera when you're taking the shot.
Your camera could have a bad light seal and could have leaked deadly rays into every photo you took, ruining them.
The X-rays at airports could fry the film.
You could have gotten the film wet if you dropped the camera in water.
You can't really ever have a 100% guarantee that these problems won't happen, and you can't immediately stop and take a look at what you've created.
You put in a huge amount of work and don't immediately see results.
Your mind begins to worry. You start wondering why you haven't received any feedback yet, why there's been no progress, and when you will finally see the things you've been working towards.
You do what you can to fill the time, you take other photos, work on other things, keep on grinding forward. You know though that there's so many things that could go wrong
There are so many tiny things you need to remember and do correctly.
There's so many things you need to balance.
And you need to remember to take care of yourself too.