Twelve months, twelve rolls, all developed at home. Some months involved a greater degree of procrastination than others, but I DID IT!!! It is so crazy how much each of them has changed since January's installment (see all of them here.) This month's 10-minute session (it was cold yesterday!) was photographed with my Pentax 645N, 105mm, Tri-X @400, developed in D-76 and scanned on an Epson V500.
Next in the circle is the amazing Kim Hildebrand. I loved following all of my friends' work in this project over the past year! <3 <3 <3
Okay. I messed up my roll this month because I accidentally had the shutter speed set to 1/60 for a while. That doesn't fare well with two small boys who wanted nothing to do with my camera :) And full disclosure: I asked Finn to pretend he was crying for the last two photos. Rafe can't stand this, so he remedied the situation by comforting his older brother. They make me melt.
Photographed using a Pentax 645N, 75mm, Tri-X @400, developed in D-76 and scanned on an Epson V500.
Things are chaotic here. We are moving from a big home into a small home next month, and ruthlessly downsizing our belongings while trying to make the place move-in ready. Our installment this month was chaotic, too. I eventually gave up on cajoling and just let the boys let loose on the futon. Neither wanted to sit still at all. I am kind of glad that they didn't because those are my favorites this month-- imperfections and all :) Photographed using a Pentax 645N, 75 FA, Tri-X @800, developed in D-76 and scanned on an Epson V500.
I'm a little behind this month, and my youngest wasn't really into being photographed. His toddler mood swings are in full force. I'll let the photographs speak for themselves ;) Photographer nerd details: Pentax 645N, 75 FA, Tri-X @800, developed in D-76 and scanned on an Epson V500.
Gosh. I was thinking about selling my huge old Pentax 67 (that has seen much better days) earlier this month, and then this month's post happened. I adore the 67's 105 2.4 on the Pentax 645N, but the 67 really makes this lens sing. It isn't easy focusing this camera/lens combo when the subjects aren't sitting completely still. Mostly due to the camera's ginormous size and weight! These were taken on a roll of Tri-X @800 and developed in D76. My favorite film and developer combination so far. Not thinking about selling this camera anymore ;)
Next in the circle is Lynette Benham of Hovering Heart Photography.
See all installments here.