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For 2012, I have committed to shooting film. Not all the time. I have to shoot at least one roll of film, get it processed and print the images. It’s been a fun experiment.  I’m going to make this post a sticky and I will be updating it each and every month with links to images and words from each month of shooting film. Hope you enjoy this thread. By the end of the year, it should be pretty informative post. I also hope that you see a progression of my skills with film.

Here are the links to all blog posts related to 2012 Film Project. Click on the month above each image to take you to my blog entry and some scanned film images and thoughts on learning how to shoot film and what it is teaching me.

September 2012 – Olympus 35EC

August 2012 – Acceptance

July 2012 – Lesson’s Learned

One more link for July. I shot something pretty cool with Tri-X 400 pushed to 800. It’s called Circulus. Check it out here.

June 2012 – Experimentation – Film and Film in Motion

I also posted a specific post about film in motion and getting closer to the vision I had when I started shooting film for 2012. Check it out here, it is called Film in Motion

May 2012 – Portraits from Japan

April 2012

March 2012

Spring Break 2012 – My first trip with film

February 2012

February 2012 –  Experimentation – Tri-X 400 pushed to 800

January 2012 – (links to my old website)

January 2012 – My first month with film

Intro to My 2012 Film Project – (links to my old website)

Bessa R4A with Cosina Voigtlander 21mm – Shot with an old Konica Minolta 7D digital camera.

3 comments on “My 2012 Film Project

  1. Good luck, and I hope you will have a great film year, and more to come!

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