The third week of the infamous Project365, days 15 to 21. I have to say that shooting every day is a fun challenge and a constant personal priority. As I go through my days I try to get a shot early if I can. It relieves some pressure when I do and can feel good about it. If that doesn't work, my office hours keep me focused and away from photography but then I fret about when, where and how I will get my shot for the day. In my previous 365's using digital, it was definitely easier. If it got too dark, I could pump up the ISO and shoot in fading light or at night. With film, ISO is a constant so if I'm going to shoot at night (which I haven't yet for this project) it will force me to set up my tripod and think about all the characteristics of film at night (more difficult exposure settings and potentially reciprocity failure).
Notice in the last couple of frames there are some exposure problems. I actually opened up the bottom of my Leica MP before rolling the film back onto the spool. I was out shooting on Saturday and had a senior moment :-) Suffice it to say, I quickly realized I made a bad mistake but the damage was done. I'm going to show my mistakes when I make them. In this case it was a film handling problem. Who knows what I'll do over the course of the coming year. You'll see the good, the bad and the ugly along with me. I'm not doing this to impress anyone, it's an exercise in learning. I hope you'll follow along with that thought in mind. You'll see this mistake carry over into a frame or two in week four so stay tuned.