Can you see the dust on this camera? That’s because it’s been kicking around my house for as long as I can remember. I don’t remember ever seeing film in it though.
This camera will be a true experiment. I know the shutter works, but without the batteries that are supposed to power it, I have no idea what shutter speed or aperture it’s shooting at. Continue reading “One Year. Twelve Cameras. / Kodak Pocket Instamatic 30.”
It’s been nice to kick back and relax though, without the obligation of taking a photo every day, but at the same time, it had become such routine that I really didn’t anticipate how much free time I’d suddenly have and how much of a void it would leave behind when it was done.
Several days after the end of the year, I knew I had to come up with a new project. I ran through about a thousand different ideas for creative projects until I decided on one:
One Year. Twelve Cameras.
The basic idea is that each month, I’ll select a camera from my massive collection of odd film cameras and shoot exclusively with that. At the end of this month, once I have all the film developed and scanned, I’ll post my favourite shots. Continue reading “One Year. Twelve Cameras. / Zenit 122k.”