adriftatsea

Eeeeeep!

Last week, when I broke my camera and blogged about it, I got a message from this guy, Josh, or Adrift At Sea as he is known around these parts. I had never talked to him before, but he said, “Sorry to hear you broke your camera. I have a couple of point and shoots laying around if you want one. No charge.” The face I made looked a lot like this one:

:O

And today! Today I got a package containing a Nikon L100! And now my face looks like this:

:D

Only way happier than that, because that’s just some punctuation and a capital letter that looks like a sideways ecstatic face. I assure you, my face is a lot more ecstatic than that right now.

I’ll take pictures with it soon and post them, but right now I have to go to band practice.

Thank you, Josh! You have no idea how much this means to me!

thanks for your tips!

mrgif answered your question: Looking for places in NYC that develop color 120 film.

try landiphotolabs.com might be pricey but really dependable guys. and i work right next to it so hit me up when you come around

 blogphotographique answered your questionLooking for places in NYC that develop color 120 film.

I used to mail my film from LA to a place called Photoworks in San Francisco. SUPER dependable and high quality. Alrite price. 

 dalerothenberg answered your questionLooking for places in NYC that develop color 120 film.

a lot of professionals I know in new york use LTI Lightside, it’s in manhattan. check it out!

 elizestrydom answered your questionLooking for places in NYC that develop color 120 film.

I spent last summer in NYC and had all my 120 film developed at LTI Lightside - 34 east 30th street :)

 adriftatsea answered your questionLooking for places in NYC that develop color 120 film.

accurate photo and photofaction in park slope, both are a bit pricey though. good to meet you the other night btw [great meeting you, too]