|summer in color negative iso 400|
|pet hedgehog Terra makes an appearance|
|Terra likes it old school :)|
Film development is losing its human touch. I see more and more printed photos where the frame is shifted, not by accident of the developer having not framed it correctly, but by a machine that fed the negatives in too fast to "properly" frame the image.
As a film photographer, I'm in love with how some of the accidents really create interesting and unique photos. But when a batch of film comes back where many of the pictures are shifted only a couple centimeters off, not enough to create a dual photo, but instead cuts off the full frame of my picture because of a machine error....it makes me sad.