I'm Joe Solem. I've been a professionaI photographer since 1979, doing mostly advertising and public relations work. After reading kimrose's review I did some checking. I didn't shoot any weddings in July of 2005, so I went back further and there it was in 2003, Kimberly and David. Her mother hired me for one hour's work, including both the photo session and the ceremony. They did not hire me for the reception. They paid around $400 in total, which included film, processing, one set of prints, and the negatives. I shot four rolls of film in that one hour, and took them to be processed and printed at a large and well-known lab (not a pharmacy) where I'd been taking my film with good results for years. Apparently one of their film processing machines was not operating correctly that day, and one of the four rolls was under-processed, resulting in thin negatives. The prints from that roll looked terrible. The lab scanned those negatives, I worked on the digital files in Photoshop, and got another set of prints which looked somewhat better than the first set but not as good as the prints from the other three rolls. I spent hours trying to make it better, and made about six trips back and forth to the lab.