Finally getting the calendar months together. I think it would be really cool to put together a calendar. I realize that my design is off because there are only 5 images across, but I see this as more of a visual calendar than one you actually use to keep track of days and weeks and months. I could be wrong though…
So I finally got one roll of film developed for my 365 Project. I haven’t been numbering the rolls so that I’d know what days are on which rolls, so it will be an interesting puzzle to figure out when I am able to get the majority of these rolls processed.
This is Day 7 - 10. I shot this using Lomography Lady Grey 400 film. I did not do any research on how to properly get this roll processed so it would seem that the strange dots and numbers that appear on the negatives are not really supposed to happen. I didn’t use too much of this film throughout the year. I don’t know if I should just have the rest of my Lady Grey 400 film developed “blind” at the lab that I use so that I hopefully get the same results. I don’t mind too much the dots and numbers; it is a little stranger. Or I could send the other rolls to the LomoLab where they already know how to develop this type of film.
What do y’all think? Any suggestions/opinons?
Running a Kickstarter campaign is definitely a humbling experience. It is wonderful to know that perfect strangers are interested in what I am doing and want to help me succeed. The majority of my support has come from people I don’t know. It is also humbling to know that these wonderful…
When I was a kid, my dad always made me wait till the end of the day to play the games on the Midway. And this was why: he knew that I won any of those cheap stuffed prizes he’d be the one stuck carrying. However, these fine folks had no problem carrying around their winnings and letting me take their portrait. This is just a sample of the portrait study I did on those that won the biggest prizes, literally, at the State Fair of Texas.
365 Project: Day 61, 65, 68, 69, 71, 75, 80, 85, and 89: (March, 2nd, 6th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 16th, 21st, 26th, and 30th): I am playing a little catch up in getting things posted to the blog. I’ve been having a rough several weeks, but things are still plugging along where this project is concerned. Enjoy!
Soon to be on Kickstarter (hopefully)
Ok, kids…I’m attempting to make this more legit. My Kickstarter project to help fund my 365 photo journey is almost into the hands of the Kickstarter staff for review. I am hoping and wishing and praying that this will be a success!!!
If you follow this blog, you know that I am currently working on a 365 Project. 1 picture a day for 365 days. I am shooting it all on film and, as you know, film costs money. If you are feeling generous and want to help me in continuing this project just click the title of this post or right HERE!!! You would be making a donation right into my super secure WorkingTitle/Gallery 3940 PayPal account. If you can imagine my appreciation wrapping around the world a million times that’s how much I do (really, really, REALLY appreciate it).
Here are the perks:
If you make a donation of $25, you’ll receive a 10x10 gallery quality print of any image of your choice from this project which will be signed.
Donations at the $50 level receive a signed 10x10 gallery quality print of any image of your choice plus the 2014 calendar which will have a composite* of every month that will be designed and published by me (*the composite will be of the “looking through the viewfinder” images which appear on my Instagram feed).
And donations at the $100 level receive a signed 10x10 gallery quality print of any image of your choice, the 2014 calendar which will have a composite of every month that will be designed and published by me, and also the 365 Project 12 volume zine/book which will come at the end of this journey that will also be designed, printed, and signed by yours truly.
Your donation of ANY amount is greatly appreciated. Keep following me and my 365 Project right here on this blog, on Twitter (@gallery3940) and on Instagram (somethinginyourstyle).
*Just to give you an idea of the expenses for attempting a project like this, $25 allows me to get 5 rolls of black & white medium format 120 film which is what I am using to shoot this project, film processing is around $13.00 per roll and printing gallery quality prints ranges from $2.00 to $20.00.
365 Project: February 2013