I just wanted to write a quick blog post about what's coming up in the very near future.
It's been awhile since my last blog post and some of you may have noticed that my Project 365 blog hasn't been updated in at least a week. I'm currently on vacation in San Francisco and Sonoma, California. I've been shooting daily with the following: Canon AE-1P, Hasselblad 500 c/m, Holga 120N, (2) Polaroid SX-70s and a Polaroid 440 Automatic Land Camera. I will have another entry into my Prison/Mental Institute series and a number of Impossible Project images to upload, including the images that are part of my almost complete Project 365. Once I get back, I'll update that page as well as post about my Cali trip as soon as I have the film processed.
In addition to that, here's what I have coming up:
- 2011: Year in Review- I'll be looking back on the photo resolutions I set forth at the beginning of 2011 and reflect on which ones I accomplished, how I've grown as a photographer and provide any other insights I have at this time.
- 2012 Photo Resolutions- Similar to last year, I already have a set of goals in relation to my photography that I would like to achieve in the upcoming year. I'll talk about what those are and how I plan on accomplishing those.
- Kodak "oldies"- I have picked up the following over the course of the year: Kodak Tourist II, Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash and a Kodak Brownie Model 2A. The Kodak Tourist takes 620 film and is currently loaded with a respooled roll of Kodak Tri-X 400; The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash also takes 620, but is currently being fitted for a tripod mount; and the Kodak Brownie Model 2A takes defunct 116 film; however, I've had it modified to accept 120 film and replaced the viewfinder mirrors. So, I'll be taking this trio of cameras out and shooting some test rolls, developing them and going over the modifications and results. I may even do a video review along the lines of my Diana F+ review.
So, those are just a few things that I already have on tap for this blog. I do have one more surprise coming, so, log in on January 9 to see what that surprise is. In the meantime, I hope you've all had a wonderful holiday season and I hope you've enjoyed reading and following me along this photographic journey that I've embarked on. Have a great new year and stay tuned for all the things I just listed and more!