Tag: film processing
Where can you still get film developed?
My annual list of recommended film labs in the United States.
Making film photography less expensive
My best tips for saving money in film photography.
Another try at home film developing
I’ve made another try at developing b/w film at home. This time was better than last, but I’m still not there.
First results: developing black-and-white film at home
I developed my first roll of film at home. It …didn’t go well. Try, try again, I suppose!
Recommended film labs
Shooting film is fun. Figuring out where to get it processed, scanned, and printed is not. I’ve tried a lot of mail-order labs over the years and I’m going to share with you the ones I like best, and why.
Lessons learned in choosing photo labs
When I started making photographs again in 2005 I couldn’t afford a new digital camera, so long story short I bought a used Olympus Stylus Epic Zoom 80 for $20 and some film and got to shooting. That necessarily meant I’d need to find a lab to process my film. Walmart still processed and scanned…
Film photography has never been less expensive
I run the numbers to show that there’s never been a less expensive time to shoot film.
Where can you still get film developed? (2018 edition)
Getting film developed isn’t as easy as it was just a few years ago. But several by-mail labs are ready to help you. Here are the ones I use and like.