You can now process your films at the LomoLab, wherever you live in the UK!


Can’t find a lab near you? Maybe your lab won’t develop your crazy burned out, washed up, cross processed, sprocket holed shots? Or are you just too lazy to leave the house?
No Problem! For the first time Lomography is now able to offer film processing by mail order, to anywhere in the UK!

We are very proud to be able to offer processing, scanning and printing services for every single 120 or 35mm film in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It’s like a luxury spa for your films!

The LomoLab is housed in the basement at the Lomography Gallery Store East London. Here our own LomoLabRat Mr. Jack Quick performs miracles in the most personal manner, all using the passion and creativity that Lomography is so well known for.

Following on from the standard set by our LomoLabRat: Mr. Jack Quick; all our LomoLab operators are photography graduates with years of professional printing experience and hard core Lomographers to boot. Each set of prints will be treated with care and consideration and will be handled as though they belonged to the LabRats themselves! No rushed and uncared-for, one-hour processing here – no siree bob! Having someone who knows what their doing and who takes the time with each order is a bit of a rarity these days and it’s something that we’re all very proud of here at Lomography.

How it works:
Go to
order the services you require
Send us your films in the mailer we provide
As soon as your films have been processed the LomoLab team will email you a link so that you can view your glorious shots online, and download them straight away
Your prints and negatives will follow in the post

So easy, even a cat could do it!

Technical Details
35mm processing
120mm processing
Standard colour processing
Black and white processing
Spinner 360 processing
Cross processing – E6 through C41 chemistry
On site scanning with specialist scanning masks available for all panoramic requirements including:
Spinner 360
Sprocket Rocket
Exposed sprocket holes

written by littlemisslove on 2011-06-15 #news #london #uk #processing #mail-order #lomolab


  1. spendospend
    spendospend ·

    can you develop infrared film?

  2. thewretched
    thewretched ·

    Why wasnt this announced at the beginning of the week when i put in £100 of film for development!??!

    Also, good question @spendospend. i have some b&w infrared on the way that will need processing.

  3. nadinadu
    nadinadu ·

    omg thats great!! will there be something like this in germany? i would really need that!! :)

  4. jonalon
    jonalon ·

    i'm sure they can develop infrared as it says "all 120 and 35mm film"

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