35mm Roll Film Developing, Scanning and Printing

35mm Film Develop Scan and Print
35mm Roll Film Developing, Scanning and Printing


35mm Film Processing

has many options for the photographer. First, is which film process to use C-41 color negative, B&W negative or E6 color positive. The options are for the many uses available for the film shooter. You can have the film processed normally or pushed for an increase in contrast and graininess or pulled to cut developing time and soften the look. The film is delivered back either uncut or in a page file sheet.


can be ordered in sizes of 4x6 and 5x7 and with a choice of no border, white border or sloppy black border. Two (2) paper surface choices of either Luster (Semi-Matte) or Glossy.


are available in 4 resolutions and delivery by email or CD. The difference in the resolutions are the file size or pixel dimensions of each frame. They are 2048x3088 (18.1MB) .jpg, 2376x3583 (24.4MB) .jpg, 3339x5035 (48.1MB) .tif and 4492x6774 (87.1MB) .tif. The larger the file, the more you can enlarge or crop and not have pixelization or jagged edges. The file format of .jpg is a compressed file very popular because you can use less room on your card or drive. The file format of .tiff is uncompressed and is lossless.


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