Oh, brothers.

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This was (again) from quite a few months ago. I definitely need to get my film developed; I've got about 8 rolls just sitting around from earlier this month that need to be printed.

But, Walgreens charges you so much just for a CD. I guess that's progress.

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  1. Kate Pulley 107 months ago | reply

    ah, the downfall of film.
    i get mine developed at target. they're cheaper.I buy actual prints and scan them, though.

    i love this camera and the black and white.

  2. Russiaugusta 107 months ago | reply

    Thanks, Kate!

    And yeah, I used to just get the CD (cause I was learning how to use the camera and I didn't want to pay a lot for prints) but now they charge you way more for a CD than they do for actual pictures...so I opt for the real thing.

    I'll definitely inquire at Target though, because I'd be willing to just scan my stuff in if it's cheaper.

  3. boom->bust 107 months ago | reply

    I go to Walgreens to get my film developed... sometimes, they'd cut off the edges of my photos, not even develop some slides. I'm not very happy so I might go to Target or Wolf Camera. And I wanted to cry when they (Walgreens) told me they didn't process B&W film. Are the CD's from Wal-Greens decent quality?

    Seen next to a fellow photo of Bokeh Wednesday. (?)

  4. Russiaugusta 106 months ago | reply

    Well, the CDs are fine, but my delima is that they still charge you a processing fee when you only want negatives and a CD. So, it's better just to get prints and scan them, but it's time consuming.

    Walgreens did mess up a few of my photos but it wasn't really a big deal to me. I'm really thinking I should check out Target and their rates for my next roll of film. That may be my alternative unless I get a dark room. :P

  5. orangetuwie 102 months ago | reply

    i like the feel of this photo

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