I am a casual film shooter, about 1000ft or so of super 16 from my bolex each year to capture family holidays and Christmas etc.
I usually do the shooting and then store the unexposed film in the fridge until I amass a few hundred feet, before I then send it off for processing and scanning. This is purely to save money.
I then store the exposed film in its canister in the coolest room of the house.
Is this the right sort of practice? What does everyone else do? I realise that I should really process it immediately, but it comes down to money at the end of the day. Plus I don't see that I can ever install a temperature controlled film vault.
So just reaching out on the forum to see how everybody else does it, and what the best advice is here? I'd obviously like to keep the films themselves in good condition for the future.