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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 856 PhotoLabs listed right now!

PhotoLabs Worldwide

  • Color41 Professional Lab

    Rue baron de castro, 14, Brussels, Belgium
    Are you looking for a professional photographic lab that can process your films in a rapid and efficient way? Based in Brussels (Belgium), Color 41 offers a wide range of high quality traditional services.
  • Fotocentrum No.1

    ul. Odrzańska , Wrocław, Poland
    Fotocentrum No.1, ul. Odrzańska 24-29, one minute away from the Market Square.
  • Sunshine Color Lab

    138 W. 31st Street, Manhattan, United States
    A hole - in - the - wall business that is really only known well by students and other photographers, this photo lab is quite possibly one of the top three most relient photo labs in Manhattan. The employees recognize everyone, even if their customers have only walked in once before, are very respectable and are negotiable on prices, especially for students.
  • Carmen Perez

    2237 Providencia Avenue, Of. P5, Providencia-Santiago, Chile
    Carmen Perez is a very professional photo lab with a lot of things for professional photographers, the price is a little expensive, but the quality is very good.
  • Plastic Magpie Camera Club

    29, Westleigh Rd., Glen Parva,, Leicester,, United Kingdom
    Plastic Magpie is run by Artists who understand the demands of pure creativity and an individuals need to experiment. They take it upon themselves to provide you with the tools, materials and services to enable you to focus on making completely beautiful and utterly outstanding images.
  • Fotoluks

    Estonia pst 9, Tallinn, Estonia
    Very good service, they do everything you need and just in one hour.
  • Snaps Photo Services

    , Bournemouth, United Kingdom
    Postal photo processing and development, all formats supported and scanning available too. Quick turn around I have used them about 8 times now and it usually only takes 5-7 days.
  • Genie Imaging

    , London, United Kingdom
    Will do C41, E6 and X-Pro in apparently anything up to large format. Pricing is good, and results can be excellent.
  • Charing Cross Photo

    11 Albion Street, Waverly, Australia
    Medium format (120mm) processing. Eastern suburbs of Sydney Will arrange processing by mail too.
  • BWC Photo Imaging

    4930 Maple Avenue, Dallas, United States
    "Since 1975 BWC has served the photography industry with high quality photographic processing and printing services. Founded by Lou George and Walt Huckabee as THE BLACK AND WHITE LAB, BWC has continued to add services to meet market demand and was one of the first to offer extensive online printing to portrait clients and a physical storefront for additional photographic sales. BWC is centrally located in Texas, with convenient business hours and many ways to contact us." - BWC Website
  • L & D Photo Express

    322 Smith Street, Collingwood, VIC, Australia
    A little gem in the Inner-Northern suburbs.
  • Photo Barn

    172 Burwood Highway , Burwood East, VIC 3151, Australia
    Photo Barn is an independent photographic retail business providing a comprehensive range of imaging products and services to the Australian photographic industry.
  • Fotofast

    101 Adelaide Street (near corner of Albert)), Brisbane, Australia
    Processing all film formats
  • Foto Patent

    Lijnmarkt 36, 3511KS , Utrecht, Netherlands
    In the center of Utrecht city is Foto Patent, a cozy little photography store. They are very friendly, personal, experienced, professional and take time to help you. You feel welcome right away. The service is a little bit slow; it generally takes 1-2 weeks before you can pick up your photos. But the prices are nice; developing & printing for 12 photos is about €5,-. They do 120mm film and 35mm film in color, black-white and redscale. And when you are standing in cue, you have enough to look at (a lot of nice cameras over there, :)). Anyway, heaven for Lomography!
  • Phoenix Imaging Chicago

    2219 W. Grand Ave. Chicago, IL, Chicago, United States
    A great, quick, and affordable way to process your film.
  • Lomography Embassy Store Berlin

    Friedrichstrasse 133, Berlin, Germany
    The Lomography Embassy Store Berlin is located in the heart of Berlin, on the famous Friedrichstraße in Mitte. Within these 200 square metres, all of your lomographic dreams are about to come true. You can also bring your films to the store where the staff takes care of the development.
  • LomoLab London

    3 Newburgh St, London, E1 6BG, London, United Kingdom
    The official LomoLab, by Lomographers, for Lomographers.
  • 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.
  • Fotolab Eurovea

    Eurovea, Bratislava, Slovakia
    Another great lab in Bratislava, which offers discounts for analogue lovers
  • Fuji Aupark Bratislava

    Einsteinova 18, Bratislava, Slovakia
    Probably the best and cheapest lab in Bratislava

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