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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 $11, we’ll process your film, scan your negatives, and upload your images for immediate download or to share on Facebook, Instagram or other social network. We’ll also mail you a photo CD, 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 video tapes to The Darkroom and enjoy those memories again.

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From the Photo Lab
8/11/17

A found film mystery from a Central California thrift shop

We want share a compelling story from The Darkroom customer, Josh Bohart. Josh was recently featured on a local ABC10 news segment because he bought a Argus C3 (aka “The Brick”) camera from a Goodwill Thrift Shop in Folsom, a Central...

7/11/17

“Where in the World” Film Photography Contest!

In response to countless requests to open these contests to those outside the US, we are finally launching our first ever international film photography contest. Share one of your film photos that shows where you're from and tell us about it in the caption. It could be a portrait, a cityscape, a landscape, etc--as long as it tells a story of your heritage, location, culture, or everyday life...

6/21/17

Ektar 100 vs Lomography 100 – 35mm Film

Ektar 100 is often the go-to low ISO color negative film. It’s a very versatile professional grade film known for its fine grain and poppy saturated color, great for landscapes, portraiture, and pushes well. For an inexpensive alternative, consider Lomography 100. Below is...

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