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Film Processing

C-41-Color or C-41 CN Film

Develop Only Per Roll (no Prints)

12 exp

 $4.00

35mm

24 exp

 $4.00

36 exp

 $5.00

Develop and Print

Single Prints Double prints

4 x 6 in

12 exp

 $9.00

 $10.50

35mm

24 exp

 $10.50

 $13.00

36 exp

 $14.50

 $15.50

Single Prints Double prints

3.5 x 5 in

12 exp

 $7.50

 $9.00

35mm

24 exp

 $9.50

 $11.00

36 exp

 $13.00

 $15.00

120

220

Develop

 $8.00

$11.00

120

220

5 in wide paper price per print + Developing

 $0.90

 $0.90

Film Scanning per roll at the time of developing*

Lo Res . jpg

Hi Res .jpg

TIFF

12 exp

 $4.00

 $6.00

 $12.00

24 exp

 $4.50

 $7.00

 $12.00

36 exp

$5.00

 $8.00

 $12.00

120

 $4.00

 $7.00

 NA

220

 $6.00

 $9.00

 NA

*price Is in addition to develop or develop and print costs

  1. Courtney Reply

    Hi, I am wondering if you develop film into a CD format so I can upload my photos to my computer?
    Let me know! Thanks,
    Courtney

    • keithfrenchphoto@gmail.com
      keithfrenchphoto@gmail.com Reply

      Hi Courtney,
      Yes I can in two different .jpg resolutions or as a very high res TIFF.
      The low res is great for web use and social media at roughly 550 x 780 pixels
      The high res is good for prints at about 2400 x 3200 pixels.
      The TIFF is real big nearly 5500 x 7200 pixel count.
      Prices for the first two are at the bottom on the pricing page on my website at this location.
      http://kfrenchphoto.com/price_table/film-processing/

      These are sizes from 35mm, I can scan 120 and 220 as well.
      I hope this helps,
      Keith

  2. Jim Enger Reply

    Keith I am a retired photographer that missed art. I am interested in 120/220 film processing and B&W developing. Strictly for a hobby now. thanks

    • keithfrenchphoto@gmail.com
      keithfrenchphoto@gmail.com Reply

      Hi Jim,
      I love the art side of photography. Today many of my new film clients are 20-30 somethings that are full of artistic flair. It good to see film making a comeback. Are you processing your own film? or do you need a lab to free you up to keep shooting. Or do you desire so refresher time on dark room. Thanks for leaving a comment.
      Keith

  3. Nilesh Patel Reply

    i have old negatives wihch i would like to convert to digital images? is that something you can do and whats the cost. Also convert a VHS tape into dvd or digital format
    thanks
    Nilesh

    • keithfrenchphoto@gmail.com
      keithfrenchphoto@gmail.com Reply

      Hi Nilesh,
      Digital images from negatives can run from $0.49 to $4.00 depending on the resolution you want them at and the size of the negative.
      Most common is 35mm and clients usually want them up 5×7 sized if printed. or 1500 x 2100 pixels. Those run $0.75 each. Also if the negative is in strips of 3 images or more vs. individually cut has something to do with price as well. Individually cut takes a lot more handling so the price goes up for that. They start at $1.00 per image.

      VHS tape to DVD is $20.00 per tape up to 2 hours. I will combine up to two tapes onto a DVD to get you close to 2 hours. Any more than 2 tapes is an additional $5.00 per tape.

      I apologize for taking so long in replying. I usually receive an e-mail when a comment is posted and either I missed it or I changed my setting during a recent upgrade.

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