Film Developing

Hello!

As Slide film (E-6) developing prices are very high in Europe I am offering a developing and scanning service for all your films and pictures.

I am offering to develop your 35mm, 120/220/620/126/127/828 films, including black and white and slide films. I also offer Cross Processing, Reverse Cross-processing and Push/Pull processing.

For interesting effects I can offer Bleach Bypass process, which only few photo labs offer.

Bleach Bypass sample – http://www.flickr.com/groups/bleachbypass/discuss/72157618492631539/

Bleach bypass can also be combined with Xpro if you are brave enough and if needed can be pushed and pulled.

Developing prices:

E6 (color positive, slide) film developing – £4.50, each roll after first £3.50 / €5.00 and €4.00 /$6.00 and $5.00.

E6 film Cross Processed – £3.00, each roll after first £2.00 / €3.50 and €2.50 /$4.00 and $3.00

C41 (color negative) film developing – £3.00, each roll after first £2.00 / €3.50 and €2.50 /$4.00 and $3.00

C41 film cross processed – £4.00, each roll after first £3.00 / €4.50 and €3.50 /$6.50 and $5.00

B&W film developing – £3.00, each roll after first £2.00 / €3.50 and €2.50 /$4.00 and $3.00

Color film developed in B&W chemistry – £3.50/ €4.00/$4.50

Push – £0.85/ €1.00/$1.25 for each stop, no additional charge for second roll if same push step applies

Pull – up to 2 stops without additional charge

C41 Bleach Bypass developing – £4.50, each roll after first £3.50 / €5.00 and €4.00 /$6.00 and $5.00.

C41 Bleach Bypass developing + Cross processing – £4.50, each roll after first £3.50 / €5.00 and €4.00 /$6.00 and $5.00

E6 Bleach Bypass developing – £4.50, each roll after first £3.50 / €5.00 and €4.00 /$6.00 and $5.00

E6 Bleach Bypass developing + Cross processing – £4.50, each roll after first £3.50 / €5.00 and €4.00 /$6.00 and $5.00.

For “fast” Black and White films and push processing I use special developer – Ilford Microphen.

Return shipping for European Union customers is free.

For more information write me at: kasparsseglins@inbox.lv or  tvaika2@gmail.com

Thank you!

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24 thoughts on “Film Developing

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  3. Many thanks, just got my films back and started scanning. Good handling and will be using again

  4. I am trying to find out if you develope 620 film. I found an old roll of exposed film in a Brownie Hawkeye Camera I bought. I would need the spool back. I do not know the conversion rate either.

  5. I NEED TO KNOW HOW MUCH IT COSTS TO SEND 1 ROLL OF 620 FILM……IT IS OLD FILM I FOUND IN AN OLD BROWNIE HAWKEYE CAMERA.

  6. How much in American money will it cost to develope a roll of Black andWhite 620 film???? Thank you very much.

    • Hi!

      I use Tetenal for slide developing and haven’t had problems with it. I develop my own films too and haven’t had any complaints about E6 developing from clients

      Thank you for your question.

  7. Hello! That sounds pretty good. I think I will give it a try with one (or more) of my next films. What size are your scans? The lab scanned the photos of my last roll with ~3600 x 2400 px.

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