Well for the first time ever, I’ve started an analog photography project, there is nothing genius about it, it is simply to shoot a different film in a different camera for every week in 2020, so nothing that haven’t been done before.
I’m not that good with longer projects, I tried to do a 365 project around 10 years ago – with digital photos – but I never got to finished it, if I remember correctly I got to somewhere around April, when the project died.
This is just as much a test – project if you like – to see if I can commit to something like this. At least for now I’m all up for it.

I’m not sure if the films are going to be published here on the site in chronological order, I hope they are. But for the simple reason that I develop black and white film faster – more often – than color films. A black and white film might just be ready and scanned before a color film I shoot earlier. Anyway it doesn’t really matter to me, just as long as there are 53 different rolls of film at the end of the year.

I’m not posting all the photos from the given roll of film, I’m just posting those I find best and/or most interesting. There was a few on the first roll, as you can see below.

The first week – which actually started December 30th 2019 – I choose to use a couple of favorites, I thought it was best to start out with a camera and film I know and like.
The camera was the Pentax K1000 and the film was a Kodak Tmax 3200, its also great with a high ISO film for these short and dark days we have here in Denmark in the winter.

Facts

  • Camera: Pentax K1000
  • Film: Kodak Tmax 3200
  • Format: 35 mm
  • Developer: D76 (21 °C – 11 min. 45 sec.)

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