The Darkroom Coupons
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The Darkroom Coupons There are many sites that list coupon codes for The Darkroom, but they will not work. We know there is a coupon field/gift card field on our checkout page and that many of our customers see this and then search for “The Darkroom coupon codes”, discount codes or promo codes.
Develop Film by Mail for $12
Photos Gifts starting at $12. Order Gifts. I have been using The Darkroom for a year of my 6 years of shooting film, and it is the best lab I have used. The consistency of quality scans with such a fast turn around is unbeatable! Danni Farnsworth. Danni is an avid film photographer and writer from.
Professional Film Developing & Scans by Mail
Professional Film Developing for 35mm, 110, 120, C-41 Color Negative, E-6 Slide, and True Black & White. Since 1976, The Darkroom has specialized in Film Developing.. Mail your film to us using our postage-paid mailer, and for as low as $12, we’ll process your film, scan your negatives, and upload your images for immediate download or sharing on Facebook, Instagram, etc.
The Darkroom 35mm Film Developing by Mail
Request Mailer. Professional 35mm film developing and scanning. We develop all types of 35mm film. The Darkroom specializes in all types of 35mm film developing. We process Color Print (C-41), Slide (E-6), and True Black & White. We color, contrast, and density adjust each and every frame or you have the option of no corrections.
Request Postage Paid Film Developing Mailer
Two options to choose from. 1. PRINT PREPAID MAILING LABEL AND SEND FILM TODAY. Use this for faster turn-around (printer required) Print a postage-paid label. 2. MAIL IT TO YOU – Please complete the below form to receive a postage-paid mailer in the mail. Name *. First Last.
Film Developing for Single Use or Disposable Cameras
The XP2 film has very fine grain, great contrast, beautiful tones, and can be developed as C-41. It’s a great camera for classic nature landscapes and cityscapes, as well as natural light portraits. This 400iso B&W disposable camera is surpassingly sharp and is great for open daylight shooting but not in low light.
What are your Production Times
Photo Gifts – Canvas, metal, and bamboo products generally run 5-9 days of production time. Prints – ordered from scans online generally take 3-6 business days of production time. We are located in Southern California, so mail takes 2-5 days to reach us from almost anywhere in the country. Occasionally production times and shipping run a
Scanning Negatives, Slide Scanning, Photo Enlargements
Scans, prints, and enlargements from your negatives. We support 35mm negatives or E-6 slides, 120/220, APS, 110 and 120 format film. For as low as $1.50 each, we scan your film negatives or slides, upload them for convenient web download and optional photo DVD or USB thumbdrive with your scanned images. More info below.
Order Form and Mailing Label
Follow instructions on mailing label and order form. Attach mailing label to a 6"x9" padded envelope. Follow USPS instructions on mailing label. If you prepaid online, include a copy of the receipt or write down your order number and include it with your film. If you …
Tips on sending your film
Tips on sending your film. June 15, 2021. Print very clearly. When completing the order form, please take the time to make sure easily read, especially your address and phone number. Take a photo of your tracking number. Label/make notes on your film. In addition to setting your options when ordering or completing the order form, using a
Walgreens Photo Lab
Walgreens Photo Center Pros & Cons. As an online photo lab, we wanted to get an idea of the value and services, along with the good and bad aspects of developing film and printing photos at retail photos centers, and doesn’t factor in photo gifts or cards.This review is from our research and includes results from an informal social media poll.
Developing Film at Retail and Drugstores
Big-name drugstores like CVS and Walgreens still develop film, but the days of 1-hour photo processing are long gone. Today, nearly all the big box stores send the film to third-party labs, with turnaround time ranging from three to five days at Walgreens and two to three weeks at CVS.