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Where Can I Get My 35mm Film Developed?

A Guide To The Top 3 Labs In The UK

A screenshot of Exposure Film Lab homepage as of 2nd Sept 2023

Exposure Film Lab

Exposure Film Lab is a professional lab that specializes in photographic film services. They process, scan, and print C41 and B&W film in the UK for customers in the UK, Europe, and the rest of the world. They offer customized scans and hi-res TIFFs, so you don’t have to edit. They also offer uncompressed TIFFs or JPEGs, your choice. Colour corrected and dust-free. You can order online and receive your scans via email. Have your negatives sent back through the post, with free postage and storage options.

Ag Photographic + Photolab

AG Photographic and Photolab are absolutely first class. They are the market leader in the UK for stills film processing and one of few labs able to handle all 3 current processes in house (C41, E6, and Black & White). They offer fast turnaround, knowledgeable staff, great customer service, and excellent value. You can order developing online and receive your scans via email with free postage and storage options.

A screenshot of AG Photolab homepage as of 2nd Sept 2023
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A screenshot of Silverpan Film Lab homepage as of 2nd Sept 2023

Silverpan Film LAb

Silverpan Film Lab is a small-scale film laboratory based in Bristol offering quality film developing & scanning. Their aim is to provide you with a completely individual service with the maximum choice in processing and finishing options so that you can visualize your photography just as you’d like it. They are one of the few labs to offer a wide choice of B&W developers and to offer the ECN-2 process for motion picture film such as Vision3 500T.

Home Development

If you’re interested in developing your own film at home, there are many resources available online to help you get started (including on this website!). Developing your own film can be a fun and rewarding experience that allows you to have complete control over the process from start to finish. There are many different methods for developing film at home, so it’s important to do your research before getting started. Check out the film development blog articles below for more info!

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