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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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From the Photo Lab
12/05/19

Trev shares 3 holiday gift ideas for film photographers.

The lab’s chief photographer shares his ideas on what to give a photographer. Shopping for a film photographer can be difficult so here are 3 gift ideas 🙌🏼 Also, what’s the best film-related gift you’ve ever received? #thedarkroomlab   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The Darkroom (@thedarkroomlab) on Dec 5,...

12/04/19

A walkthrough of our FOS – Ordering Photo Prints Online

Trev Lee, Chief Photographer at The Darkroom, does a walkthrough of how easy it is to order photo prints and enlargements from our FOS (Film Ordering System). Order Prints Color Prints from .29¢ each Silver Gelatin B&W prints from $1.99 each Upload your digital photos or use images archived in your online albums to create...

11/05/19

Understanding Focal Length to Get the Best Results

The focal length you choose to shoot not only affects the look, but the feel and approach of your photography.   To show you the difference, we borrowed three Nikkor lenses from our friends at KEH –a wide-angle 24mm, standard 50mm, and a telephoto 105mm.  Wide-angle 35mm and below is considered wide-angle, with anything below 24mm being...

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