How do you get higher contrast when shooting on film? I got my first roll developed today (Kodak 200 Gold Color) but unfortunately the images came out gray and washed out. I don't have a scanner so I can't show you exactly what you look like, but from my experience with digital imaging, it appears that the colors could be more saturated (which would mean, I assume, getting a different kind of film?) and the contrast could be higher. I use an SLR Canon Rebel. I bought it gently used, and the seller included the film, so I don't know how old it is. Also, I did not get my photos developed at a professional lab, so perhaps these factors could also come into play? Thanks for the help.