Yes, we process all disposable cameras including Kodak Funsaver disposables, Fujifilm Quicksnap disposables, Ilford HP5 and XP2 disposables, and Lomography Simple Use disposables.
Our typical turnaround for C-41 (color negative) and B&W 35mm is typically around 1 hour for processing and 24-48 hours to receive scans via email. Prints are typically ready the following day.
B&W 120 film is hand processed and typically takes 1-3 days to process and 24 hours to receive scans.
E-6 film is hand processed and typically takes 5-7 days to process and 24 hours to receive scans
ECN-2 is hand processed and typically takes 3-5 days to process and 24 hours to receive scans.
We do not push or pull film.
We process all ECN-2 35mm and 120 film in Arista C-41 chemistry with Kodak pre-bath for remjet removal . WE DO NOT PROCESS SUPER 8 OR 16MM FILM.
Yes, we can process all 4×5 large format sheet film including C-41, B&W, and E-6 film.
Absolutely not. Please do not drop off souped film, you will be banned from Photodom in this life and the next. We sell kits for you to do it by hand at home.
Yes, we can process old film but depending on age and previously kept conditions, we can not promise or be sure of the results of your negatives.
We offer high res films scans with zero compression. Scanning resolution depends on format and camera aspect ratio.
Maximum scan resolution:
Standard Res scans 1500×1000 pixels
High Res scans are 3000×2000 pixels
Super Res scans are 6000×4000 pixels
We use a Noritsu HS-1800 commercial film scanner for all 35mm and 120 film. WE scan 4×5, 110, APS film on a Epsom V850 flatbed scanner.
Yes, we can scan half frame and 3D camera photos from Reto, Nimslo and Nishika cameras.
JPEG is a file that is compressed down into a smaller size typically used for web or prints. TIFF is a file format that is uncompressed and great for retouching your photos in post.
A 35mm High Res JPEG scan is around 6MB , while a 35mm High Res TIFF scale is around 19MB.
Yes, we can scan Polaroids and Instax Instant Film.
We will try our very best to scan your old/expired negatives. However depending on age and previously kept conditions, results may vary & ability to produce scans aren’t promised.