I stockpiled exposed film for a bit these last couple months. So though a little late, 6 rolls of film are now developed and here are the ones that belong to January.
A technical note or two-
Don't look too closely or you will see that focusing wasn't my strong suit. Needless to say, I'll be taking my time to make sure I get it right going forward. I tend to like shooting wide open which lends itself to this sort of mistake easily. I'm also seriously considering an autofocus, fixed-lens camera to take that piece out of the equation for my daily carry camera. I don't mind slowing down, but that's not really the point of this project now is it?
As far as gear, It's a mix of the Olympus OM1 with the Zuiko 35mm f/2 and the Hasselblad 500CM with the Zeiss 80mm f/2.8 (though to be truthful, it's the only lens I own for this camera and I wish it were just fixed). All the Hasselblad shots were made with Kodak Portra 400 and the OM1, 35mm shots start with Fuji 400h and switched to Portra 400 on January 21st.
Developing and scanning were handled by The FIND Lab and this is my first time using them. I tend to lean towards a contrasty look with true rich blackpoints and shadows, so I'll be asking them to scan a little more in that vein on the next set as I had pull down the exposure on these scans about 1.5 stops across the board.