June – Monochrome A Day

I’m approaching a year on this project. Still having fun & still taking a monochrome image a day.

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A New Project … Can’t Wait For 2016

A New Project … Can’t Wait For 2016

12 Cameras 12 Months Project
August 2015 – July 2016

Brace yourselves, a blog without any images!
Over the years I have acquired a decent collection of analog cameras, some have been given to me while others I have bought. In the collection, there are several different kinds of 35mm rangefinder & SLR cameras, an assortment of Polarojd camera’s, a few kinds of medium formats, a 4×5 Crown Graphic and a classic 1903 Seneca 5×7 field camera. I shoot with my analog cameras as much as I can, though it’s not as often as I’d like.

Well, I’m back at it again!  In 2014 I had a photo project 26 Cameras 12 Months where I shot with an analog camera every two weeks. It was a fun photo project, I blogged about it when I could & posted images of the cameras on Instagram, check out #26cameras12months on IG. I’m a sucker for photo a day projects so I thought of starting another even with it being in the middle of the year. It’s August, why wait until the first of the year, right?!

I thought I’d attempt to document the journey again.

From the beginning, my plan was to pick a camera each month, blog about it toward the start of the month (that’s not gone so well yet) shoot at least one shot a day that month. I still hope to post results from the cameras throughout the project. Along with this project, my thought was to journal along the way. Through the years I’ve always journaled but sadly it’s never been very consistent. I thought I’d be able to journal with an app on my iPhone but I’ve never been able to find one I like. I have found it to be somewhat impersonal typing my thoughts into my iPhone. I bought some Field Notes journals, they seem to be a great size that I’ve be able to keep along side my iPhone. I’ve been able to track my photo project with what I shoot each day & camera settings. As well as just journaling as things happen & taking weekly Church sermon notes. Looking back on my past PAD’s I remember the pics & moments in time. As I journal, I hope to add another dimension alongside my 12 cameras 12 months project!

I trust this photo project interests you and you can follow along with my journey.

Week 2 – PAD – Project 365

Week 2 …