I found a new lab! I shipped my last roll of film to The Darkroom Lab and had to wait a few weeks to get my images. Their service and prices are great but recently I found out that Kenmore Camera, my favorite local camera store, actually develops, processes, and prints film photos! I dropped off my roll and was even able to receive it by evening that same day! So happy I found out about this; Kenmore Camera will definitely be my go-to from now on. It's very reassuring to see that walk-in labs, as rare as it is, are still around.
This roll was my first time trying out my Nikon FM10, a gift I received from Tyler for Christmas a few months back. I was pleasantly surprised to say the least! He even included two packs of Kodak Portra 400, probably the most popular color film on the market. It’s an essential film for weddings because of the beautiful warm tones and crisp, low-grain detailing.
Here are the results from my first roll of Portra 400, and my first time trying out my Nikon FM10. Check out more under +Portfolio > Film!