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Looking for film developing companies

LisaAH88

Member
I have begun to mess with 35mm film and put digital on the sidelines for a while; what companies are the best/cheapest to send the exposed film to? All I'd need is just to develop the roll, I have my own digital film scanner so wouldn't need to pay for printed images.
 

Nightmarehour182

Well-Known Member
I have begun to mess with 35mm film and put digital on the sidelines for a while; what companies are the best/cheapest to send the exposed film to? All I'd need is just to develop the roll, I have my own digital film scanner so wouldn't need to pay for printed images.
If you just want developing look into old school photo lab. I personally use www.thedarkroom.com and have them scan for me because they can scan 6774x4492 size files. If you want I can email you a couple of my scans from them.
 
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