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

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3/17/20

Acros v Acros II – How does the new Acros II compare?

The original FujiFilm Acros 100 was a widely loved film that produced absolutely stunning images, so how does the new version compare? Well, they look very similar but there some differences we noticed in this side-by-side comparison which was shot with the same settings, in the same light, same lens(Canon 40mm f/2.8) and taken with...

3/17/20

“Document Your Life” Film Photography Contest! 

Let your creativity run wild as you do your part with social distancing.

2/29/20

Orthochromatic vs Panchromatic film – A Photo Comparison

Orthochromatic film is simply made with silver halide crystals, which are naturally blue-sensitive. First produced in 1873, early film photos and movies used orthochromatic film, which is the reason why skies in early photographs are almost always white: being blue, they overexposed easily. Orthochromatic film couldn’t see a red light, so anything red would turn...

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