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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 855 PhotoLabs listed right now!

PhotoLabs Worldwide


    5450 Wilshire Blvd , Los Angeles, United States
    Professional photo lab services, including custom color and black and white film processing and printing, digital capture, digital imaging, book printing, film scanning, photo retouching and restoration, museum-quality lightjet C-prints and Epson pigment prints, LVT, digital prints, and archival digital storage services
  • Photo Lounge

    1909 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103, United States
    For $15.99 you can get one roll of 120 black and white or color film developed + proofs + scanning to a CD.
  • Freestyle Photographic Supplies

    5124 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, United States
    Freestyle is THE home of film photography.
  • Södermalms Foto

    Renstiernas gata 16, Stockholm, Sweden
    A semi-professional shop offering services like developing, printing, blow-ups, scanning, et cetera quickly and for reasonable prices.
  • A&I Photographic

    933 N. Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038, United States
    A&I continues to set the standard for fine art printing, short run press products, film processing and many levels of scanning. Client base includes renowned photographers and artists whose work is displayed in some of the most prestigious museums and galleries worldwide.
  • Enla Photo

    790 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, United States
    A tiny whole-in-the-wall photo lab in Greenpoint with the absolute best quality and service.
  • R&R Custom Color Lab

    2929 North Monroe, Spokane, United States
    Professional photographic and digital imaging
  • Action Photo

    1741 Clayton Rd., Concord, United States
    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!
  • Precision Camera and Video

    3810 N. Lamar, Austin, United States
    Locally owned and operated since 1976 by Jerry and Rosemary Sullivan, Precision Camera & Video has always taken great pride in our friendly, quality, professional service. Quality customer service and extensive product knowledge are the underpinnings of our success. We enjoy spending whatever time is needed to make sure that every question is answered and that the customer is completely satisfied.
  • Fuji Image Service Centre - Rawtenstall

    88a Bank Street , Rawtenstall , Rossendale, United Kingdom
    Independent company that offers a wide range of services for analogue processing!
  • Photo St-Denis

    3772 St-Denis Street, Montreal, Canada
    35mm and 120 film prints and CDs in black and white and colour can be done in an hour for colour and overnight for black and white.
  • Photo St-Denis

    3772 St-Denis Street, Montreal, Canada
    35mm and 120 film prints and CDs in black and white and colour can be done in an hour for colour and overnight for black and white.
  • The Darkroom

    PO Box 75436, San Clemente, CA 92673, United States
    Film developing online, over 35 years of quality film processing. 35mm, 120, 110 and more for only $10. http://www.thedarkroom.com
  • The Icon

    5450 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, United States
    Dedicated to quality and service, the Icon offers traditional services, specializing in E-6 processing, color and black-and-white film processing, museum-quality custom darkroom printing services and scanning.
  • Harmon's

    4111 Southwest 35 Terrace, Gainesville, United States
    Great place. Do all formats and all types. From b&w 35mm to 120 E-6, they do just about everything. They do really high quality scans and prints. In addition to that they have a great selection of film.
  • A Spa for your film

    2077-A Market Street , San Francisco, California, United States
    Photoworks San Francisco is a great place to have your film pampered. They handle pretty much any format you can throw at them. The cross-process and are a friend of lomography and toy cameras.
  • E6 Labs

    678 10 St. NW, Atlanta, United States
    A professional photo lab that processes it all.
  • The Darkrooms

    15 Berkley mews, Highstreet, Cheltenham , United Kingdom
    Superb processing lab, with fast turnarounds on 35 and 120 films. I get all my films processed here and they are great with all my odd requests like uncut and cross-processing!
  • Fairview Photo Services

    22650 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, OH, United States
    A professional photo lab great with processing B&W as well as 120, 110, and 126 film.
  • Photo Max 2

    6 Bethune Street , New York, United States
    Color negative and slide film processing. Carries 35mm and 120 film.

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