Well, another year has gone by, and thankfully It was a productive one, at least for the website.
I managed to review over 40 film cameras this year; (and now have around 52 total), much more than I thought I would be able to do---last year I said I'd like to do about two per month. However, I did miss the mark on reviewing developing and scanning products; zero on that one, though I recently purchased a small and relatively inexpensive PrimeFilm XA Super Edition to help me keep up with all the film I've been shooting. I also haven't been very good at posting old/antique film negatives and glass plates recently but I do have a lot in the hopper.
In 2018 I shot over 65 rolls of film, (quite a bit more than last year); mostly color print (C-41) with about 14 rolls of slide (E-6) and just a couple of rolls of B&W. The film type was split closely between 135 format and 120. There were a few rolls of 127 and 828 too.
I did not shoot any large format this year, however, I still plan on reviewing a few cameras that I have, and have used quite a bit in the past. I probably won't be doing a whole lot of large format anymore, it's just too expensive; 4x5" is around $5-10 per shot (depending on film type) with self-developing, and double that for 8x10." Even worse, have it developed for you by a lab, (I have E-6 film done) and you wind up paying around $35 (total) per shot with postage for an 8x10." Oh, and it gets worse; add $50-100 per shot...