Well, we’ve reached the end of 2013. And that means the end of this year’s 52-Rolls Project.
If you’ve been following along, you might remember that my goal was to shoot 52 rolls of film using one camera: the Debonair. I only got through 40 rolls, but I don’t consider that to be a failure at all. I shot LOTS of other rolls in many other cameras over the course of 2013.
I enjoyed getting to know the Debonair. It’s a great little camera. It’s lightweight and is pretty sweet in the vignette, blur, and light leak departments. I will definitely continue to shoot with it.
Here are some of my favorites from the last few rolls of the project:
So, will I have another go at a 52-Rolls Project in 2014? You’d better believe I will! But the “rules” will be a little bit different from last year:
*For one year, I will shoot a roll of film per week using any camera in my collection. I’m not limiting myself to any one particular camera or film this year.
*The week runs from Sunday to Saturday.
*Once the film has been developed and scanned, the photos will be added to the set and posted on my blog. Obviously there will be a delay between taking the photos and the developing and scanning.
My goal for 52-Rolls in 2014 is to shoot up my film stash, give my cameras a workout, and have fun!
Happy New Year!
P.S. I’m also a member of a group of film-loving photographers hell-bent on shooting 52 rolls of film again in 2014. We’ve got a website dedicated to this project: 52Rolls. Check it out!