We had a week to shoot a roll (or sheet) of Ilford FP4 film, and I chose 135 format roll, with full 36 images to go through.
I started slow, Monday zoomed by, I haven’t found time for not a single frame, but Tuesday was a good day – I went to nearby park and took seven photos. Wednesday was not bad, too – took a walk near marshalling yard, took another six photos. Thursday was the best – another walk near marshalling yard, a walk through the park and over the nearby bridge took me a few hours, but that was good for full fifteen photos, almost half a roll! That adds up to 28 photos, leaving me with ten photos at most, and I had plans for a weekend, so weekend it was, I managed to finish a roll with additional nine photos on Saturday, in my father’s vineyard.
Aside from my zoom and three primes, I’ve added additional zoom, consumer, a variable-aperture 70-200mm lens for those days when I couldn’t carry separate camera bag – basically every day aside last two. I kept the camera in its program mode (or HyperProgram, as Pentax MZ-S calls it) and generally makes pretty good decisions, biasing more depth of field over fast shutter speeds – just like I wanted it. I wrote down info about each photo, as I usually do – on my phone, using Exif Notes app, but the camera records exposure info on film borders as well.
All in all, it was quite an intense experience, 36 photos in just four days, a lot of walking around, working for each shot.