Oh. My. Goodness.

Ohmygoodness

I just downloaded my photos from Richard Photo Lab…

(Richard KILLED IT!!!)

I am so excited I can hardly speak.

I cannot wait to see the rest of these…

(EDIT: I may be forced to concede there is a *minor* difference in quality between their process, and mine…)

😉

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11 thoughts on “Oh. My. Goodness.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks Bijan!! (And thanks for the recommendation…)

      I am happy about everything; except the fact that my wallet will soon be EMPTY(er)!!

      😀

      -M.

  1. Greg B says:

    They look Great Mark!!!! I am officially a developing and scanning hack 🙂
    Back to the drawing board we go….

    • mewanchuk says:

      Greg…

      Seriously? (Color and B&W??)

      I am SO excited for you!!

      You have GOT to send some results my way…I will be more than happy to post them for you.

      -M.

  2. PhotographsbyPeter.com says:

    Mark, these are very nice.

    As nice as they are, though, I think you’re short-changing your own developing and scanning skills. The images you’ve home processed are just as polished, at least to my eye.

  3. jkjod says:

    I’ve been seeing a lot of development/scans from Richards Photo Lab lately and the quality does seem to be top notch. I would agree though that your development and scanning is right up there! On another note, that 35 Lux FLE is #1 on my bucket list of lenses…really beautiful in your hands!

    • mewanchuk says:

      (Sorry Jordan–missed your message!)

      Thanks very much for your comments–the FLE is indeed a beautiful lens–If I was a “35mm shooter” at heart it could certainly be a one-lens solution!

      Hope you’re well,
      -M.

  4. Karim D. Ghantous (@kdghantous) says:

    They do look good, that’s for sure. I notice that they aim towards a ‘light/airy’ sort of look. It’s nice. Now, I love grain, but I get the feeling that even RPL doesn’t have a scanning process as good as movie film scanning labs. Photo scanning is way behind.

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