I hate to return this way. I was planning to return with tons of awesome photos from my trip, 20 rolls of them. I had so much anticipation because I was so sure that I did almost everything right to get good pictures, but it didn't turn out this way. I sent my negatives to Ritz camera here in Detroit because the Ritz at Baltimore did a good job and I had the membership card. So, 20 rolls, $183 I spent. When I opened the files in the CD, I was shocked. All the pictures are weird, either in terms of color, lighting and contrast. Since I used the same equipment as before and you guys know that I am not absolutely a beginner, and that I have always gotten good results, I didn't think it was my fault, especially when ALL the photos are like that. So I called them and they said they will take a look and rescan for me. I went back the next day, and appearently I was talking to the shop owner. He obviously is a professional photographer and he looked at the pictures. The lab technician who did my photos said she had to do some extreme color adjustment, something about everything was purple.... whatever. So I pointed out that I have never had any problem with anywhere else, and I was sure of what I did. Furthermore it happened to all the photos which I took in different places on different days. I even brought my older photo CDs to show that what the Ritz in baltimore did for me, also to prove that I'm not some beginner. The shop owner looked at the pictures, and basically "reasoned" why was each particular picture not successful. Yeah it sounds that it makes sense, and he was trying to be nice about it, but I knew he was just trying to avoid having to rescan all the photos for me. I am not good at arguing so I said fine and left. So here are some examples. I have some really good shots and really want them to turn out nice. I am wondering if there is anyone with the equipment who can help me scan my negatives to see if the problem is really on my negatives and not their scanning process. I was using Kodak ISO 400 film, like always. I use ISO200 too, but not this time cus I knew I will have dark situations in the woods. As you can see, most of these are taken in perfect weather condition, around 2~5pm. I see no reason why this should happen. If you guys have any suggestion, or are willing to help, please let me know!!! I am of course willing to pay for the service.