If you’re shooting traditional film for cameras, such as 35mm or 120 film, it is generally recommended NOT to put it through an X-ray machine at an airport. X-ray machines used for baggage screening can potentially damage undeveloped film or cause fogging, which can result in ruined or degraded images. To protect your film from […]
What is Film Developing? Film developing is the process of chemically processing photographic film to produce a visible image. It involves the use of developing chemicals to react with the light-sensitive emulsion on the film, which creates a negative or positive image that can then be printed or scanned. What is scanning used for? Scanning […]
Why should I pickup my film negatives?
There are several reasons why you might want to keep your film negatives: In general, it is a good idea to keep your film negatives as they can be a valuable resource for both personal and backup purposes.
How is Film Developed?
Film development is the process of creating a visible image from the latent image recorded on film. It involves a series of chemical and physical steps that convert the invisible latent image captured by the camera into a visible image. Here is a general overview of the film development process: There are many variations on […]
Film Developing Questions
What days do you Develop Color Film? Our current (12/2022) Film processing days for color (C41) Film are Monday, Wednesday and Friday. What DOES that mean: That means our Film staff will prep and put your film in the chemicals on those days. (if the machine is in good working order and the chemical test […]