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[An epic Bloody Mary, a visit from the Newsom duo, a visit back home, a portrait of Meghan, studio vibes and Wilson the pup]

I’m back to shooting film (I believe this was a roll of Kodak Ektar…my favorite!) but now I have to wait a full week for each roll to get developed. It seems as if Walgreens has abandoned their 1-hour development service. Who would have thought?! /sarcasm

I shoot pretty casually but I could see using something like Richard Photo Lab if I step up my game in the future. These are some shots from May and June 2016.

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4 Comments
  • Ashley | Free Wills Studio
    Posted at 01:11h, 29 June Reply

    I’ve really been loving seeing your paintings on IG. I think your color choices are so fresh and inspiring. :)

    • Allison
      Posted at 23:05h, 29 June Reply

      Ahh thank you Ashley!! That means so much!

  • Kelly Brito
    Posted at 07:42h, 29 June Reply

    I stopped using film when I was really young (a kid, most likely), so I never got the hang of it. But shooting film really has a magical touch to it. I love being able to shoot and see the photo I took right away, so I don’t think I’ll be going back to using film anytime soon… :)

    • Allison
      Posted at 23:06h, 29 June Reply

      I know it’s SO difficult to wait a whole week (or more) to see how it’s turned out. But it IS so magical.

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