Film Developed – Richard Photo Lab

When I pick up any of my film camears, whether it be as a fun little extra camera for professional work, or whether it be entirely personal, it’s different for me.  Maybe that’s just the nostalgia in me loving the moment of snapping a photo and having it actually permanently frozen in time.  Like… permanently.  On a roll of film.  But ultimately, I love the feeling or the shutter clicking and the film winding.  It just flat out makes me happy.  And when I saw the email pop up in my inbox yesterday that my scans from Richard Photo Lab, I got giddy.  Like a school girl.  And yes… that description is accurate.

Here’s a little insight into my life recently, although I did find a few older rolls from later 2012.  Enjoy.

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Lindsay - June 12, 2014 - 9:43 am

Michael – these photos are beautiful and we feel very privileged that some of ours are amongst the lovely family photos you took! Thank you so much for capturing these moments.
Lindsay and Mark x

Michael James - June 12, 2014 - 6:06 pm

Simply put, Lindsay, the images from your wedding still blow my mind. And will continue to do so as long as I’m alive. AMAZING!

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