Shooting started today for my Large Format Film 365 project for 2014. The premise of the project is that I shoot a slice of 4x5 sheet film a day with my Large Format film camera and at the end of the week I self-develop the film at home. The following week I will be posting one image a day taken during the previous week. Unlike my 365 Toys project at the start of 2013, by not limiting the subject in the 365 project for 2014, I hope to have it maintain enough creative steam to last the entire year. Thanks to Mat Marrash from the Film Photography Podcast (http://www.MatMarrash.com) for the inspiration that came from his 8x10 X-Ray film sheet a day project. In my project, I'll be shooting a combination of traditional black and white films like Ilford Delta 100 and HP5+, Arista EDU 100 & 400 Ultra and Fuji HRT-30 green latitude X-Ray film as well as Kodak Ektar and Portra Color films. Shots will be a collection of landscapes, natural light portraits, still lifes and studio shots shot with strobes.
The output of the project will be able to be viewed on Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/greggobst) and my own web site (http://www.GreggObst.com).
Here's a setup shot from day 1 taken with the iPhone.