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Are you a loyal developer? Want to know the lowdown on where to get that finished roll of film developed? Know an awesome PhotoLab that you just have to tell everyone about? The PhotoLabs section is your place! Find labs close to you, browse all labs worldwide, check out labs by country, or leave some information about labs you know and trust to help out your fellow Lomographer! Here is a list of countries we already have PhotoLabs for: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, French Polynesia, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Republic Of, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, United States Minor Outlying Islands & Uruguay. In total there are 819 PhotoLabs listed right now!

PhotoLabs Worldwide

  • Foto Express

    304 E Santa Clara St. #C, San Jose, CA 95113, United States
    One of the few remaining full service film processing shops in San Jose, CA.
  • FOQUS

    Vosstaniya str., 24, 2nd courtyard, 'Flifel' art space, 3d floor, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
    FOQUS is analogue photolab & store in the center of St.Petersburg (Vosstaniya str.,24). Here you can have your film developed, scanned or printed. The lab provides services for all types of films including sprocket holes and other 'unpopular' formats. Here you can find analogue b&w printing and repair/upgrade service for your LomoLC­A and other Russian cameras. FOQUS also contains the analogue photo store, where you can find some rare slide films, b&w and color negatives or pick some new film camera. Besides, it is just a nice place, where you can come anytime and ask any question on film photography, join our workshop or take part in art­project, feel the support of 'soul­mates' or simply drop in to chat, getting rid of annoying and impatient digital world for a while.
  • Foto Strauss

    Bahnhofstraße 2, 84503 Altötting, Germany
    Foto Strauss provides several possibilities for analogue and digital picture service. Since 2009 they are offering additionally the development of pocket films at their house.
  • Foto Leutner

    Kaiserstrasse 58, 1070 Vienna, Austria
    Leutner's film development department looks after the professional processing of your BW, color negative or slide films. They process sheet- as well as roll film in all formats as well as professional films like Rollei R3, Agfa Scala, and Kodak Technical Pan. The are also processing rare film formats like Minox films, Instamatic films, and Type 110 and 126.
  • Phox Dechartre Bordeaux

    48 cours de l'argonne, Bordeaux, France
    A good neighboorhood photo shop and lab.
  • LomoLab - Japan

    101-0021 東京都千代田区外神田6-11-14 アーツ千代田3331 102, (郵送でもお受付可能です), Tokyo, Japan
    Micro Photo Lab from Lomography.
  • Who's Next Lab

    Sörnäisten rantatie 27 B, Helsinki, Finland
    Small photo lab offering traditional film developing services in Helsinki, Finland.
  • Walter Production

    香港旺角通菜街117号,東寶大廈, 8 /樓, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Walter Production; Opening Hour: Monday - Sunday (14:00 - 22:00); Address: 8/F, Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong; Tel: +852 2626 0356
  • 真美图数码制作店

    卢湾区老重庆中路62号, No.126 laochongqing Road, shanghai, China
    Shanghai, ZhenMeiTu is a very convienient photolab which is just not far away from the Huai Hai Road Women Shop, just the opposite. And customer could get the films developed at the fast in 2 hours. And they also provide the online development and the shipping development service as the customer requested.
  • Foto Express

    304 E Santa Clara St. #C, San Jose, CA 95113, United States
    One of the few remaining full service film processing shops in San Jose, CA.
  • Tom Saade's Camera House Parramatta

    175 Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
    Tom Saade's Camera House is one of the largest Camera House stores. Our floor space is huge, and we have an enormous range of products on display for you to touch, tinker with and 'test-drive' before you buy. We employ 15 staff members, all photography experts, so you can rest assured that they will guide you into purchasing the right product perfectly suited to your needs.
  • Kodak Express Camera & Video Centre Penrith

    589 High St, Penrith, Australia
    Our friendly team can help you find the best solutions to your photographic printing, framing, giftware needs in addition to providing creative ways to display your photos. Our professional and archival quality photographic paper provides your photos with a lifetime of vibrant colour and detail
  • Techlab Photo & Digital Imaging

    518 East Belvedere Ave., Baltimore, MD, United States
    Specializing in your images since 1988.
  • Crimson

    Brännkyrkagatan 80-82 , Stockholm, Sweden
    An excellent, professional lab with reasonable prices. Capable of developing infrared film.
  • KP Film Lab

    , Antwerp, Belgium
    Small, amateur film lab.
  • Bennett's Camera

    3230 Severn Avenue, Metairie, LA, United States
    One of the few photo labs around New Orleans.
  • Pro 40

    Passeig de Sant Joan 40, Barcelona, Spain
    110 film Photolab in Barcelona
  • Bay Photo Lab

    Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz, United States
    Bay Photo Lab: Good staff, Good developing practices.
  • Photo Service

    222, Notre-Dame Street West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    Serving customers in French and English, this Montreal location not just offers a lab to process film, but sells a wide variety of films as well, in addition to darkroom necessities.
  • Harmon's Photos Ar' Nice

    4111 SW 35th Terrace, Gainesville, United States
    Great lab and camera store in the heart of the Gator Nation...they do it all!

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