Copy of 35mm Film Processing
Please select your film processing needs. If you have multiple types that you want different processing for, please be sure to mark your film appropriately.
*Service options explained.
Develop Only- Processing only. No scans or prints. For those who scan and print their own.
Scan Only- Your film scanned and uploaded to your personal online gallery.
Scan & Prints (4x6 or 5x5) - Your film scanned and uploaded to your online gallery and printed.
** WE ALWAYS RETURN YOUR NEGATIVES**
35mm film processing has been a staple at Old School Photo Lab for over 35 years, and we’re still pretty much doing it the way we always have. Now using the newest, efficient, and environmentally friendly methods, we bring quality 35mm film processing online! We’re all film photographers and 35mm film is a favorite of everyone at the lab. We know how important your images are, and we treat every image with the same care as we would our own.
Quick 35mm Processing FAQs.
How does this work?
-You select all your film processing needs from the options above, checkout on paypal, download our prepaid mailing label, ship it to us, and we’ll take care of the rest!
So, what types of film do you process?
-C-41 color film, E-6 slide, all black and white negative film, and now, ECN-II Remjet backed film! We also love redscale and cross process (x-pro)!
Can you mount my E-6 slides?
-Unfortunately, the mounts for our slide mounter have been discontinued, so we can no longer mount slides. We'll return your slide film uncut and sleeved. Hopefully we'll find an alternative mounter soon.
Can you Push process color (C-41) film?
-We can definitely push color film! We’ve found that color film has enough latitude to be over/underexposed and produce reasonable results, so pushing doesn’t add much speed to your film. Though it’s only recommended as an aesthetic choice, many photographers like to experiment with push processing!
Can you process ECN-II film!?
-Yes! We’re happy to develop all your bulk loaded 35mm motion picture stocks! We cross process ECN-II film in standard C-41 chemistry. We process these separate from all other films, and use “one shot” chemicals for these runs to prevent contamination.