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For 40+ years, The Darkroom Photo Lab has specialized in quality film developing.

Mail your film using our postage-paid mailer, and for as low as $12, we’ll process your film, scan your negatives, and upload your images for immediate download or to share on Facebook, Instagram or other social networks. We’ll also mail you a photo DVD, negatives, and prints (prints are optional).

Our award-winning photo lab has developed literally millions of rolls of film and we still love it!

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Videotape to DVD

Transferring your home movies is easy! Send your video tapes to The Darkroom and enjoy those memories again.

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Film to DVD

Transferring your home movies is easy! Send your film reels to The Darkroom and enjoy those memories again.

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6/05/19

Lomo LC-A 120 v Holga 120N

We compare two Lomo cameras – The $400+ LC-A 120 and a Holga 120N which can be found for under $50. See how they compare. The Holga is a fully mechanical, 6×6 medium format toy camera that is made of 99% plastic, including its 60mm fixed f/8 lens. It has 4 zone focus distances, a...

6/05/19

Accidentally exposed film… what does it look like?

Ever wonder what your film will look like if you accidentally open the back of your camera? Well, here you go…   A Canon Elan7 with a 36 exposure 35mm roll of Lomo800 film was accidentally dropped 0n the 36th frame. The camera back opened up, exposing the film to bright sunlight. Yikes!  It was quickly closed...

5/30/19

35mm and 120 Medium Format Film Comparison

Aside from the size difference between 35mm and Medium Format, medium format more surface area and tonality. See the comparison - 35mm vs 120 medium format.

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