Film, pt II & Why it's important to choose a good Photo Lab

 
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I got some film scans back from last two months, this feeling never gets old. So many memories, trips and happy faces. Everything shot on my Leica M2 and Kodak Portra 400 film.

If you’re into film, one advice I can give you is to invest a little extra and send your film to a good lab. I normally send mine to Indie Film Lab and the results have been amazing. This time I settled for a cheaper and faster option as I only had few personal rolls. I still love the results, I just had to play with the scans a little bit to add a some contrast and fix the white balance. So if you really care about quality of your scans, choose a good lab!

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couple film engagement photos portra
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yosemite on film portra 400
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waterfall in oregon shot on film Leica
seattle indie film lab
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film scan
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how to choose a film lab
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