Reprints, Enlargements and Scans from Previously Developed Film
Scan your negatives or get prints from negatives. We support 35mm negatives or E-6 slides, 120/220, APS, 110 and 120 format film
We scan your film negatives or slides, upload them for convenient web download and send you a CD or thumb drive with your scanned images. We can print your photos in a variety of sizes (4×6, 5×7, 8×10 and 11×14) and even apply your images to photo gifts, such as mugs, ornaments and aluminum art. Download and completed order form and drop you film negatives or slides in the mail.
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Standard film formats for scans and prints
35mm negatives or slides, 120/220, APS, 110 and 120 Format FilmStandard, enhanced or super, we scan your film negatives or slides in one of 3 scan sizes:
Standard film scanning is best for small prints; with a file size of 3MB-4.5MB. This is a smart, simple option for saving and sharing your memories in a photo album or on social media.
Enhanced scans are made for creating prints up to 11×14 inches, and have a file size of 12MB-18MB. These are ideal for printing small posters or quality photo brochures.
Super scanning is our large output option. These professional resolution scans have a file size of 48.8MB-87MB, and are perfect for advertising, giant prints or large posters.
With the advent of digital film scanning technology, the tedious method of creating reprints directly from slides has become obsolete. The Darkroom allows you to scan negatives or convert slides to digital, which is the best method for saving your images and printing them in any size you might want.
The Darkroom can create scans, reprints and enlargements from your 35mm, 120/220, APS, 110 and 120 Format Film. This includes Color, B&W and Slide Film. We utilize a high-resolution scanner to ensure the best quality images to our customers, and to create better results than one could typically achieve from scanning film at home.
Our film scanning service is perfect for those with old rolls of film, negatives or “found film.” Found film refers to old undeveloped film rolls or negatives that you have found in a drawer or the attic. These mystery time capsules can potentially have huge sentimental value, and you can trust those memories with us.