Last week I posted some previews of the workshop – shots that I took from my 5D MarkII. Today I’m going to show you some photos taken on film! I got these images back earlier than the rest of them because I got it developed at Walgreens. You heard it right – WALGREENS! Did you know that they still process films? While I can’t say that they did a fantastic job, they certainly did OK in my opinion. It was a fast 1 hr turn around and they gave me a photo CD along with the negatives all for less than $8. For the price that I paid I can’t really complain!! Here are some of my fav images from my first roll.
All images are SOOC, shot on a Canon A-1 and a 50mm f/1.8 with manual focusing.
As you can see, the colors are a little bit more soft and desaturated than my usual digital images but I like it! I think it works. It was also overcast at the beach so I don’t think it’s Walgreens’ fault that the sky appeared to be a little gray.
I sent the rest my stuff to Richard Photo Lab and I won’t get those back until next week. That means that I will be blogging more images from the workshop next week (hopefully)! I can’t wait to get my scans/prints back from RPL!