Whether you live in a place that snows in the winter or it’s something you only see every few years on vacation, chances are we’ll all be photographing in the snow at least once in our lifetimes. A common problem that pops up this time of year is that snow in our images can look […]

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Metering for Snow

Tutorials

Middle gray is one of the most important concepts to understand when metering. Whether you need a quick review of middle gray or you’re starting from scratch, here’s a more in-depth explanation of middle gray and how to adjust exposure settings for both low key and high key scenes: Things to remember… Underexpose for low key […]

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Middle Gray

Tutorials

Winter is slow season for many photographers, so we tend to see a lot more personal work and experimentation on the rolls of film that come through the lab. If you’re looking for a new film stock to try out, JCH StreetPan 400 may be the film stock for you! This film stock was released just a […]

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JCH StreetPan 400 film

Announcements

Every month we like to look back on all of the images that came through the lab and select a few to share with the rest of our clients. The images on this post are a compilation of stand-out images selected by our scanning department. We hope these photos inspire you as much as they did us!

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FIND Faves: January

FIND Faves

Now through the end of March 2018, send us a shoebox of already developed slide film and we’ll scan it at our regular size for $250! This is a great opportunity to bring your family memories to life! Surprise your grandparents, get a head start on Mother’s Day, send in old wedding day slides, the […]

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Mounted Slide Film Promo!

Announcements

One of the things we love about film is the way it renders color. Sometimes, however, the color of our film doesn’t turn out the way we expected it to, bringing to mind the blue dress/gold dress debate of 2015. There are a lot of factors that can influence color: underexposing, color reflections, shooting in different lighting scenarios, and […]

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Communicating Color with your Lab

Scanning

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