.... where does one draw the line ?
It seems that one can quickly descend into a downward spiral of OCD mania when trying to record pertinent info on the shots contained on a given roll of film
I have been carrying a little spiral-bound flip-notepad, and logging exposure number, lens & shutter settings, ASA/ISO, film type, camera body & number, lens & s/n, subject-to-camera distance, filters / hoods, etc.
Part of this is to track performance of certain equipment, and part is to see what works & what does not in terms of exposure.
I came to this question from the "other end", while trying to design a "fill-in-the-blank" label to go on the back of each "proof" (4x6 in for 35mm)print...
It seemed that I quickly exceeded the spatial limitations of a 2" x 4 " Avery self-adhesive label.
Ultimately, I'd like to find / develop a system for documenting & filing/ archiving each shot...
Any recommended reading, or is there a "universal" system (like the Dewey Decimal Library catalogue system ) ?
Thanks for your guidance....