1741 Clayton Rd., Concord, United States
Phone: (925) 676-7777
- Does 35mm film development
- Does E6 film development
- Does C41 film development
- Does black and white film development
Whether you need an office display makeover or maybe reproductions skillfully retouched of your family's historical photos, you will be satisfied with the service you get at Action Photo Service. We are the best professional digital printing source and have been in business since 1963. Try our services including film scanning, giclee printing, professional color prints, canvas, and fine art reproduction. We also process B&W, C-41 negative, and E-6 slide film in house.Try us and you will like us!
You might ask us about:
Our unique approach to online digital camera developing
Film scanning and archiving of your family’s prized images.
Restoration of faded and distressed photos. We can remove objects and people or add a person to a group that was not originally in the photo. You will be pleasantly surprised by the quality difference between our finished photos and others you might have tried in the SF Bay area.
Limited edition Giclee prints of your artwork. Join the growing group of artists who reproduce their original artwork with our Fine Art Giclee products. Color matching servies available for most pieces..
Color balanced machine prints on a variety of surfaces. You will love the quality of our printing. Professionals have relied on Action Photo Service for close to 45 years.
Professional and quantity discounts to help you with your large projects.
Trade Show display prints tailored to the booths size requirements.
Court Room Exhibits that are needed in short order.
Mounting and Laminating of your finished images. This helps provide protection and increases longevity. We use high end pigmented inks and papers for archival purposes.
Fresh film, frames, and other supplies.
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