You can find mail-in order forms for your film on the pages for film processing and film scanning.
When filling out the mail-in order form, simply complete the debit/credit card information section. If you provide your card information, we will always call you to inform you of any changes to your total. Though we accept checks, we ask that you avoid paying this way when it comes to film processing, as it is rarely made in the correct amount due to blank rolls, unknown number of prints, shipping, scanning charges, etc.
Because we receive so many blank rolls, often found in old homes, closets, attics, etc., we are no longer able to process them for free. We don't print any unexposed frames, so we won't print (or charge you for) blank photos if your film doesn't turn out, and you can choose to not have your film shipped back to you. However, the film processing fee must be paid, even if the film was unexposed.
After film has been damaged by time, the elements, lack of care, etc., it is often impossible to repair without further damaging the quality of the negative. However, we do offer digital restoration of damaged photos. Pricing cannot be quoted until we have received your film, as it is determined by the severity of the damage. It is important to note that some film cannot be restored, most often due to improper storage or severe heat damage.
Unlike color film, which can be processed by machine, black and white film is a very unique format. Though there are some other methods of processing, we don't take any shortcuts, so every roll of black and white film is processed by hand. This ensures that the final result is the highest quality, and adds a little bit of wait time to your order.
We process C-41 and Black and White: 35mm, 35mm half-frame, 110mm, 120mm, 126mm, 127mm, 220mm, and 620mm film. We also process Kodachrome and C-22 film, but they must be processed as black and white due to the unavailability/outlawing of the original processing chemicals.-We do not process: E-6 slide film, sheet film, glass plate, disc film, or Seattle Film Works. However, do scan and print from all above film types.
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