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The Wedding Photographer

The Wedding Photographer

Otto Motal was a wedding photographer in Washington state for about 50 years. During that time he shot scores of weddings and portraits. After his passing, the cameras that he used came into our possession, along with a number of...

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Don't Panic, We're moving

Don't Panic, We're moving

Photo Lab now has it's own direct email line - Please direct any film processing inquiries to this email: seattlefilmlab@gmail.com  Reach out to us at: shotonfilmstore@gmail.com for general questions TEMPORARY phone line for pressing issues ONLY - (206) 588-2793 NOTE...

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Photo Lab gets an Upgrade!

Photo Lab gets an Upgrade!

**Update - WE ARE OPEN for walk-ins** The guys in our Shot on Film in-store Photo Lab are super excited to have a new piece of equipment for scanning all of your 120 film! The Noritsu HS-1800 one of the...

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Services during the Covid-19 Lockdown

Services during the Covid-19 Lockdown

First of all, let me send out a huge thank you to all of our customers and friends. Your outpouring of support has been tremendous. We are grateful to all of our local and national film photographer customers that have...

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Camera shopping in Japan (Part 1 - Ginza)

Camera shopping in Japan (Ginza)

First off: Bellamy Hunt, AKA the Japan Camera Hunter has got a great blog on camera hunting in Japan and if you're serious about going, then I'd start by checking out his links to camera stores. He has an extensive...

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Lot 161 was history waiting to be found

Lot 161 was history waiting to be found

We love cameras with great stories. Some come to us with no clue as to the history that they've witnessed, while others seem to have a rich connection to it. Leicas are cameras that tend to intersect time at it's...

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Trying out the 7 Artisans 50mm 1.1 Lens

Trying out the 7 Artisans 50mm 1.1 Lens

With the higher costs of Leica mount lenses, it's tempting not to want to save a little money and seek out an alternative. For years, many of us have sought out adapters to fit old Canon, Nikon and even various...

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Using the Pakon 135 scanner

Using the Pakon 135 scanner

As you may have seen on our Instagram page, we recently acquired the storied Pakon 135 Plus scanner to use in our growing film developing department. Sorting through all of the groups and YouTube videos relating to this scanner gave...

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