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2235 fifth street, Berkeley, United States
Email: hello@photolaboratory.com
Website: http://www.photolaboratory.com
Phone: (866) 644 1400

  • Does 35mm film development
  • Does 120 (medium format) film development
  • Does E6 film development
  • Does C41 film development
  • Does black and white film development
  • Does X-Pro film development

Photographers use Photolab for best quality prints, scans, fine art prints, black & white darkroom prints, film processing, albums and photo books.

About Photolab Film Processing

Black & Whilte films: We process black & white standard films in Eastman Kodak Xtol developer at standard dilution. Xtol provides increased film speed with greater enlargability of negatives. We get great results from Xtol. We can push and pull your film in Xtol. With a few exceptions we can process all b&w film in Xtol with excellent results.

Our film processor for standard film development is a Kreonite Dip and Dunk machine with nitrogen burst agitation for even and repeatable results. We can push and pull film in quarter stop increments.

We can process all B&W Infrared films with great success.

Other non-standard films that we can process are Technical Pan film and Ektagraphic HC film. These require hand processing in special developers. Many b&w film developers are still being made and are readily available.

About Photolab Film Processing by Hand: Photolab uses several special developers for customers who request hand processing to their specifications. We use Xtol 1:1, Acufine, HC110, FG7 and more (please ask) and process in tanks and reels, the traditional way.

About Photolab C41 Color Negative Film Processing: We process 135, 120 and 220 C41 color films. Push and pull service is available.

About Photolab C41 Cross Processing: We can cross process color films in our C41 processsor. This means we processing slide film, usually a E6 process, in color negative chemistry. Flickr has some interesting examples of this technique.

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