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HEMA Ferdinand Bolstraat

Ferdinand Bolstraat 93-93A, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Website: http://foto.hema.nl/
Phone: 020-6763222

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

If you are walking around in Amsterdam and you like to develop your pictures, just go to the HEMA. It is cheap, easy, and the staff is very friendly. There are many locations around the Netherlands, but in Amsterdam I prefer to go to the HEMA at the Ferdinand Bolstraat 93, nearby the Albert Cuijp Market.

The Hema Photolab at the Ferdinand Bolstraat 93-93A is pretty cool. They develop all kinds of films and there is a ‘snelservive’ (1 hour service). Sometimes they just say to you: come back in 15 minutes and your films are ready! So the staff is very friendly and they always try to help you. In the meantime (if you choose the one hour service) you can visit the Albert Cuijp which is just around the corner or you can walk around in the big HEMA store.

The one-hour service costs 2,95 euros and the two-day service costs 2,59 (for only developing your films). You can also make your own Lomo t-shirt or a calendar with your Lomo pictures. If you want more information about HEMA, just go to: http://foto.hema.nl/

2 comments

  1. stratski

    stratski

    Extra tip: if you buy film from HEMA (available in 200 and 400 asa, color only, sets of 3 rolls), you get a vouches for free developing (printed on the packaging). This is only valid if you have your pictures developed and printed, but if you were planning on having them printed anyway, it's a nice offer. Careful, though, best to only have standard things printed there. If you have doubles, of the distances between you negatives varies (for instance because you used a home made pinhole camera) the might screw up your prints. It's mostly done automatically (at least, that´s what they told me), not by hand. But regular 135mm prints are fine.

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  2. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    What film of slide 135mm that HEMA sold? How much is it?

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