- Finally home-develop color film.
- Finally setup the bathroom and print B&W (maybe color later in the year).
- Home-develop E-6.
- Dig out my first camera (the Brownie Holiday that was my mom's when she was a kid) and spool some mid-2000 bulk color 46mm film I've acquired.
- Print old family negatives, and scan slides, found in my Grandmother's closet after she died.
- Learn to take something other than snapshots.

I seem to have this problem that compels me to use an old camera if it came from a deceased family member:
- Start loading 126 cartridges to use a few old cameras (already did a proof of concept, plan to actually use it now).
- Clean the fungus from the lens of a Zeiss Icon Contessa 35 my Aunt gave me (was owned by a second cousin).
- Attempt to modify a Kodak "The Handle" to use Instax film.
- See if I can find a photographic use for an old Polaroid Swinger.
- Try to reversibly modify my Great Grandmother's Polaroid "The 800" to use 4x5 backs (though probably keep the Polaroid image size).