As promised, here is the February blog post for my One Roll, One Day photography project! For those of you who missed last month’s post, I’m working on a photography project with a group of fellow film photographers where we choose a day each month and shoot one roll of film to document that day. We’ve joined together to support, inspire, and hold eachother accountable each month! It has been fun to get a glimpse into everyone’s everyday, and I can’t wait to see how the rest of the year pans out!
This month I chose to document President’s Day when all 3 kids were home all day. It was a pretty typical day; relaxed and low pressure. I just kept my camera handy and grabbed it when we started doing something new. I’d shoot a frame or two or three and then we kept going about our day. It’s a lot of fun seeing the images of our day all together. On a day where I’m not documenting in photographs, these things all separately just feel like normal, mundane activities. But seeing how I slowed down to really “see” each thing throughout our day puts a different perspective on it all! It somehow feels more special, and fun, and memorable!
I hope you will follow along with this San Diego photographer (me), but don’t forget to check out the other great film projects from my friends in other areas, too! To follow the blog circle, click here to see the next post from my fellow film-shooting friend Sonia!
Camera + film info:
Nikon F100 // Kodak Color Plus 200 // developed and scanned by Nelson Photo