Over the past couple years since I have really been using film more in my photography I find that whenever I load a new roll of film into the camera it just makes it so much easier if I can finish that same roll of film. Either that day, or better yet, on the same subject that I was shooting. Below is a great example of that. I was walking around the downtown area of my home town Wichita, Kansas. I had heard that they opened up an old car garage with a walk over to another building. It had not been open since I was a child, so I figured it would be cool to go in and check it out.
One of my fondest memories about the car garage was it had the tightest exit loop in the center of it. Even though I had not been in the car garage in 30 years it was like no time had passed at all. At first I wasn't sure I would use an entire roll of 36 exposures, but once I got in and really started having fun taking photos. I loaded a new roll of him in the camera before I stepped in and did not leave until I had shot all the film. If at all possible don't let the film just sit in the camera for weeks. Get out and shoot it! I have been making an effort not to leave film in the camera that I had started shooting. It does happen but for some reason it takes me longer to use the roll up. Plus one of the biggest problems I find with waiting or only shooting half a roll and waiting is that for people who push film like myself, sometimes shooting at 1600 iso won't work because it would be over exposed. Plus you might find interesting photos of the subject you are taking pictures of that you would not have explored before. Don't limit yourself by only taking a couple shots of a subject. Below are the photos that came out of a day of shooting in the old parking garage. ~ @RoyceOnTheRadio