Well there it is. Finished. I wanted to get into film and boy did I. A little over a year ago, I hadn’t photographed a frame of film since I was a boy. 6 cameras, 52 rolls, approximately 1500 frames, and countless invested hours have jumped me into the film game rather quickly.
Now that the project is over, I find myself really fighting with whether to bring my digital or a film camera when heading out the door.
If you would like to view all the posts for this project, you can do so here.
This was such a rewarding project and turned out being much more difficult that I originally thought it would be. I felt like I needed something big to book-end this project. I have recently been getting into using my DSLR for video and decided I would make a video chronicling my thoughts on the project and showing off some of my favorite images.
The video, similar to the project itself, ended up taking more time that expected. Honestly this is mostly in part from suggestions from fellow photographer and friend Mike Folden. Mike gave me several pointers along the way of producing this video. Each suggestion was well received but resulted in more work to the video. Now after several drafts, I believe I have a nicely finished project that really closes the door on this project nicely.
Alright, enough reading right? Let’s get to the video. I would love to know what you think of the video in the comments below (or on YouTube). Thank you everyone who has followed this project over the last year. Sincerely, thank you. You’re comments and likes are what kept the drive alive to finish.