Update 09 – 2018-06-21: 334 labs / 56 countries
58 labs added, 32 updated and five new countries on the map. Special thanks to Tibo Alberny and John Whitmore for their help cleaning up all the submissions. More updates to come very soon!

With the help of some lovely folks from all over the internet, as well as a few of my own notes (kept on napkins and cigarette packets over the years), I present to you an in-exhaustive map of places you can get your film developed and scanned – worldwide.

Each of the labs you’ll see on the map below are real, active and have been used by yours truly, or members of the film photography community.
This is a living, breathing map and will be constantly updated with m

re detail – better information on services, film formats developed, scanning options, public darkroom facilities, wet printing (color and black and white) – everything we can get our hands on. Scroll to the bottom of this page to submit your own updates.

We started off with ~60 labs in 15 countries in September 2016 and at the time of the last update on June 21st 2018, now list 334 labs in 58 countries. More updates will be coming very soon as I clear out a bit of a backlog. Please contribute labs not yet covered, as well as details not yet currently included for existing listings.

In addition, if there’s some detail that you feel should be added to all of the listings (turnaround times?), please let me know either in the comments below.

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Update 08 – 2017-09-07: 277 labs / 51 countries
19 labs added, 3 updated, two new countries on the map.

Update 07 – 2017-08-31: 258 labs / 49 countries
18 labs added and 2 updates to existing lab listings. Keep them coming.

Update 06 – 2017-08-09: 240 labs / streamlining submissions
We’ve just added another 7 labs and 5 new countries. The submission form has been tweaked a bit. More updates in the queue coming soon.

Update 05 – 2017-04-17: 233 labs / streamlining submissions
We’ve just added another 23 labs and 2 new countries. To help streamline the submission/update process, we’ve added a new Google Form to the foot of this page. Please send all updates via this form – it’ll help to make sure your submissions don’t get lost.

Update 04 – 2017-04-16: 210 labs now listed
Thanks to everyone for all the recent updates. There are still 30+ in the queue to add but thanks to your help, we’re now up to 210 verified labs listed here on the map!

Update 03 – 2016-10-23: 199 labs now listed
We’re just one shy of 200 labs listed but Africa still remains completely blank. Please help to share and spread the word. We’d love to see 250 by the end of 2017!

Update 02 – 2016-09-25: 181 labs now listed
Thanks to your support, we’re up to 181 labs – thank you! Please continue submitting and helping to fill in the areas marked “contribute”.

Update 01 – 2016-09-17: 154 labs now listed
Please help fill in the blanks by providing details for areas marked “contribute” in each map listing. We’ve also added scanner options, so let us know which scanners your favorite labs use.

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  1. I just added more:
    1. Graingrinlab in Bekasi, West Java (Jawa Barat)
    2. LOMOLAB – Praga/Trayan Photo Jatiwaringin – in Jatiwaringin, Jakarta Timur, Jakarta
    3. Metro Foto in Surabaya, East Java (Jawa Timur)
    They are active film labs.
    Will add more as I discover other new and surviving old film labs. Film is indeed still alive here.

  2. I just added one more film lab namely, “Rawa Lab” in Jakarta, Indonesia. One of the few that can process 4×5 film. Still operating. Kindly add!

  3. I’ve recently added a private film lab in Bekasi, West Java – Indonesia, namely hicreativefive. they’re on hiatus today but i believe they’ll start again soon. can scan and process 135 and 120, but can’t print. Will look for other old film lab that might survive in Jakarta.

  4. Unfortunately Alpine Film Lab in Provo, UT has closed. But Photo Collective Studios has a public darkroom at 850 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City
    Also, there is Boutique Film Lab at 800 Tall Oak Trail, Mt. Juliet, TN

  5. I don’t know about the capital of Croatia (Zagreb) except that there are a quite a few photolabs there, but I can confirm that there are two labs in Osijek that are still developing film.
    FOTOREKLAM d.o.o.
    Kapucinska 39
    Osijek, Croatia
    They’re doing C-41 development. No cross-processing. Developing a roll costs 8 kunas per roll (1.08 Euros), and scanning costs 10 kunas per roll (1.5 Euros). The format is JPG, and the resolution is always 2400×1600, since it’s all done on an Agfa machine. Despite the JPG format and the resolution, the scans are detailed and good enough for web/insta services. They’re allegedly also developing b/w film, but unlike color ones which are done in 40-ish minutes, you’ll wait quite a bit for those.
    Digital Foto Studio C
    Županijska ul. 13
    Osijek, Croatia
    Also C-41 development, the same affordable prices as the studio above, but their scans come in a much higher resolution (3637×2433). I suspect that these guys are not using a drum scan since the scans lack fine detail – it’s probably interpolation, although good enough for most uses. Also, you’ll have to wait for a couple of hours for them to develop + scan your films.
    Hope this helps.

  6. Here are some more norwegian labs.
    Studio Technica – http://bilder.as
    Gøteborggata 27B
    0566 Oslo
    Telefon: 22 04 04 10
    High END lab, with lots of artists as customers. Very friendly staff and FAST developing times.
    Antonio Stasi – http://www.antoniostasi.com
    Lille Øvregaten 4
    5018 Bergen
    Great place with an italian that has been running the shop for 20 years. Sells alot of old cameras as well as developing and reparing of old cameras.
    Japan Photo – Byporten – http://support.japanphoto.no/fotobutikker/byporten/
    Jernbanetorget 6, 0154 Oslo
    Part of the Japan Photo chain. They all have starting selling film now. Have all their film developed in Germany. Ok selection of film.

  7. Please add. The Film Guy.
    13 Silver Palm Estate
    Florida Glen
    Bergbron Dr,
    South Africa
    Development: C-41
    Scans: 135, ,120, APS, slides
    Film sales: Various Films
    Price List – Development,Scan to CD – R130
    More info via http://www.thefilmguy.co.za

      1. There are ALOT of places in Berlin. I can fill in some new entries, but before I do.. Are there just a couple of entries on the map or have I missed something? (fotoimpex etc)

  8. In Ulaanbaatar there’s a shop called “PhotoMan” that does C41 and scanning. Occasionally have a small stock of 35mm film for sale. It’s a blue shop west of the State Department store on the right side of the street. Unfortunately, they don’t have a website or FB. It’s quite cheap but the services aren’t anything special. Here’s a photo of the place to make it easy to find! http://imgur.com/a/rhP4F

  9. Hi there,
    what a great project!
    One more from Munich/ Germany
    Best Lab for Velvia I know. E6 only!
    Jürgen Freisler, dia-spezial Fotolabor, Effnerstraße 109, 81925 München
    Can’t tell you much else, I only use them for E6

    1. Thanks! I’ve added them to the map but can’t find any pricing or other listing information on their website. Can you have a look and help me fill in the blanks?

    1. Thanks for the submission! I’ve added them to the map but still need a little help confirming the prices/services in the listing. Can you help?

  10. I’ve used Dwayne’s Photo:
    Dwayne’s Photo
    415 S 32nd St
    Parsons, KS 67357
    Phone: (620) 421-3940
    Toll-free: 800-522-3940
    They developed the last roll of Kodachrome in the work in 2012…

  11. HSL Fachlabor in Düsseldorf, Germany.
    Develops every day 135-120-LF except E6, which is 3 days per week.
    Same day pickup and mailing service. Nice service packages with prints or scans available

  12. HSL Fachlabor in Düsseldorf, Germany.
    Develops every day 135-120-LF except E6, which is 3 days per week.
    Same day pickup and mailing service. Nice service packages with prints or scans available

  13. HSL Fachlabor in Düsseldorf, Germany.
    Develops every day 135-120-LF except E6, which is 3 days per week.
    Same day pickup and mailing service. Nice service packages with prints or scans available

  14. Turku, Finland:
    Hämeenkatu 1
    20500 Turku
    Development: C-41, E6, BW / 135, 120, APS
    Scans: 135, 135 half frame, 110, 120, APS, slides (9×12 and smaller)
    Film sales: various labels, mainly Fujifilm and Ilford
    No community darkroom
    Dev+Scan: 135 color and APS> 12€ (10x15cm, 300dpi), 20€ (20x30cm, 300dpi). 135 BW and E6> 14€ (10×15, 300dpi), 22€ (20×30, 300dpi).
    Development and scanning for 120: Dev> color 6.95€, BW 8€. Scan> 10x15cm á 1.70€ + cd-r 4€
    Detailed price sheets for scans and photos
    http://www.kuva-paijula.fi/index.html (only in Finnish)

      1. Sure. Not sure what you mean with confirmation though? The info is in my original comment, :).

  15. Relax FotoLab, Zgoda 13, 00-012 Warszawa, Poland
    Cheap, one hour processing for colour and bw with good quality.
    Crazy long opening hours too:
    Monday to Friday: 7.00 – 22.00
    Saturday: 10.00 – 19.00
    Sunday: 11.00 – 19.00

  16. Hi.. want to add a lab from Indonesia. Film community here is grow fast 🙂
    Hipercat Lab
    Jl. Jenderal Sudirman gang madniah 28A/75
    Bandung – West Java
    INDONESIA 40184

  17. Hi,
    here are some from Slovakia, mainly Bratislava. And two from Czech republic. I don’t think there is public darkroom in Slovakia
    Kodak Express – they sell, develeop (bw and C41) and scan films, 35mm and medium format: http://www.kodak-express.sk/
    Obchodná 27, 811 06 Bratislava, Slovakia
    Metodova 6, 821 08 Bratislava, Slovakia – shopping mall -1 floor
    Lamačská cesta 1/C, 841 04 Bratislava, Slovakia
    Vajnorská ulica 100, 831 04 Bratislava, Slovakia
    Divotvor: http://www.divotvor.sk – developing and scanning
    Pekná cesta 15, Bratislava 831 01, Slovakia
    Fuji foto: http://fujifoto.sk/
    Panónska cesta 16, Bratislava – OC Danubia mall – they sell and develop 35mm, medium format bw and c41, also scanning
    Prolaika: http://www.prolaika.sk – they sell and develop and scan
    Palackého 12 811 02 Bratislava, Slovakia
    EXpres FOTO – http://www.expresfoto.sk/ – sell, develop and scann bw, C41 and E6! ( only place in slovakia which does still does E6)
    Mierové námestie 11, 91101 Trenčín, Slovakia
    Centrum FotoŠkoda – they do eveything – https://www.fotoskoda.cz/
    Vodičkova 37, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
    BeFoto – they do eveything – http://www.befoto.cz/clanky/kontakty/
    Janovského ulice 5, Praha 7, Czech Republic

  18. adding a great lab in israel:
    alenby street 33
    tel aviv 63325
    i’m not sure if they have an english website but here’s the link for the hebrew version anyway (google translate?)
    the lab is open sunday to thursday till 20:00 (!)
    and gives proffessional (and personal) service
    develops B&W, color, e6, and gives prints and high quality scans

  19. In Poznań Poland there are 3 more great photolabs other than fotoma.
    First one is on Cyryla Ratajskiego square, there you can also buy papers, and chemicals for your darkroom.
    Another one is Foto Viva in a shopping mall (Kupiec Poznański), this is the last place in Poznań where they develop your film in less than an hour.
    The last one is called Fotogajek and is on Kramarska Street (really close to the old market square – so it is the best for tourists shooting film) they also have lots of films for sale.
    In Poznań there are some smaller photolabs as well – mostly making prints and photos for IDs but if you bring film to them they’ll probably develop it in a week.

  20. Photoworks SF for local and Mail Order processing, scanning, prints,etc. C41/B&W/E6 & Xpro. I’ve been using them for 5 years. Negatives are always super clean and turn around is very decent. My favorite because I like the process only prices & I scan myself.
    http://www.photoworkssf.com or 2077 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114

  21. 36+ Zone5 Lab – Hanoi, Vietnam
    Floor 2, Lane 5, Dinh Le St, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
    C-41, E-6 for B&W film.
    Working hours: 8h00 – 22h30
    Note for all the labs I posted here: you can received all the scan image via internet by your private account provided to you when using these labs film scan service.

  22. Croplab – Vietnam – http://www.croplab.net
    Croplab Ho Chi Minh City: 541/29 Huỳnh Văn Bánh, Ward 14, Phu Nhuan District, HCMC
    Working hours: 8h00 – 20h00 everyday of the week
    Hand phone: 0909 344 934 (Mr. Hoàng)
    Email: croplabsg@gmail.com
    Croplab Hanoi: 108 D3 – Lane 215 – Tô Hiệu Str – Dịch Vọng Ward – Cầu Giấy District – Hanoi
    Cellphone: 0904546884 (Ms.Nga ).
    Develop C-41, E-6 + Scan + Trade Film Camera and Film (135/120mm of all kind)

  23. Public Darkroom, has facilities/chemicals for film developing and enlargements up to 4×5, large format tray developing also possible. Has a membership option for locals. Very involved in local Alt Process community and holds workshops and shows throughout the year. I’m a member and use this for all my wet printing.
    136½ Pine Street
    Manchester, CT 06040

      1. No known public address of hipercatlab, probably because it’s not a shop/business. However, I’ve another lab for Jakarta,

      1. They’re currently inactive over social media, and I’m not sure if they sell film online. They do have a walk-in shop, and might sell film there.
        Also, my hires scans were from a Noritsu machine so far. They could be using fuji previously or just for standard scans

      2. I’m living in San Diego, and went to Nelson Photo Supplies a couple times. They sell, dev+scan film in their shop and certainly isn’t a public darkroom. Unfortunately I forgot their prices. Here’s their fb page https://www.facebook.com/NelsonPhotoSupplies/
        Also, another store for San Diego is George’s Camera. They offer c41 dev+scan ($4 for 35mm c41 dev, +$9 for scan or +$15 for hires) in their North Park main store, but send push/pull or B&W film offsite to Swan Labs and $4 extra for this option.

  24. Photo Vision AG
    Stores/labs in six cities in Switzerland: Berne, Thun, Biel, Lausanne, La Chaux-de-fonds, Neuchâtel
    Marktgasse 37
    3011 Bern
    Tel.: 031 311 55 05
    Bälliz 23
    3600 Thun
    Tel.: 033 222 63 73
    Marktgasse 11
    2502 Biel
    Tel.: 032 323 43 41
    rue Pichard 11
    1003 Lausanne
    Tel.: 021 310 20 40
    av. Léopold-Robert 59
    2300 La Chaux-de-fonds
    Tel.: 032 913 07 70
    rue St-Maurice 1
    2000 Neuchâtel
    Tel.: 032 721 26 60

    1. I’ve added in the Bern branch as a placeholder but need confirmation of their scope of service and costs. Are you able to help get this for me? Thanks!

      1. name
        Photo Vision AG (Bern)
        They sell films and chemicals.
        They sell lenses and a few film cameras (and a lot of digital cameras)
        They process film (color and BW)
        They scan film (stills and movies)
        They print
        Dev + scan (appx cost)
        Around 7 CHF for dev
        Around 10 CHF for scan
        Scanner options
        Film sales
        135, 120, instant films
        Public darkroom
        If you need anything else, let me know!

  25. Hi, I run Atkins Photo Lab in South Australia.
    We dip and dunk C41 and E6, and hand process B&W.
    We scan with either Noritsu S4 or Fuji SP3000, we also run a Kodak 4050 and HR500 scanner and an Imacon Flextight.
    We also offer printing both digitally controlled Ag and Pigment Inkjet
    We frame and build albums as well.
    This is our 80th year in business.

  26. NORWAY:
    Oslo Foto AS
    Stortorvet 10
    0155 Oslo
    Phone: 22 33 55 22
    Website: https://oslofoto.as/
    Sells film, developerkits, camera accessories. Also functions as a “picture workshop”. Print photos here on anything from paper to metal. Also offers 1-hour service.
    Fotograf Engvig
    Nedre Enggt. 4
    6509 Kristiansund
    Phone: 71 67 19 44
    Norways oldest photographer still open. Sells some film, cameras and offers processing. Also 1-hour.

    1. I’ve added them both in, thanks. I also need some help. Can you help confirm prices for 135/120 development and scanning (C-4, E6, BW) for both labs?

  27. Hi! I’m from Capital Federal, Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have a minilab at home where I develop and scann my own films and take orders from customers.
    I develop and scann 35mm and 120mm, color and black&white film.
    Here is my fanpage where I take the orders and sell supplies: http://www.facebook.com/shoot.film.arg
    I also give lessons of introduction to film photography and manual homemade develop
    Film’s not dead! It al depends on us

  28. There’s probably something like 40 labs still running in France. Here’s the excellent one I go to:
    Laboratoire Photon, 8 Rue du Pont Montaudran, 31000 Toulouse, France

  29. In Maribor, Slovenia:
    Glavni trg 22,
    2000 Maribor
    Darkroom with B&W printing capability, Durst Laborator 1200 with black and white kit system, lenses and neg. carriers for 5×4″, 6x7cm, 6x6cm, 6×4.5cm and 35mm.
    In GT22 you can also visit the museum of photographic technology of the 20th century (Photo Museum Modrinjak) located in the same building.
    We also offer:
    – Darkroom classes for beginners/advanced
    – Mentorship
    – Renting of analog photo equipment (135mm, 6×6, 6×9, etc.)
    You are more than welcome to come and visit us, use our facilities or just challenge our team in a Dart game (yes we have a Dart board in our Darkroom) 🙂
    The Darkroom and Photo Museum are located in city center (Maribor), open from 9.00 am – 16.00 pm or by agreement.
    Access limited on Saturday, Sunday – open by agreement.
    Nearest bus stop less then 1 minute away, parking available.

  30. In San Diego, CA US there’s Nelson Photo:
    3625 Midway Dr. Suite J, San Diego CA, 92110
    (619) 234-6621

  31. Hi, here are few labs in Prague, Czech republic.
    1) Ultralab & Son – http://www.ultralab.cz/
    Vladislavova 15/2, 110 00 Praha – https://goo.gl/maps/LFe7RcQ2ohx
    C41 / E6 / BW. 135/120, I think they do even large formats
    2) Foto Skoda – https://www.fotoskoda.cz/
    Vodičkova 37, 110 00 Praha 1 – https://goo.gl/maps/bivFkBuDnD72
    C41 / E6 / BW in 135/120
    3) BeFoto – http://www.befoto.cz/
    Janovského 964/5, 170 00 Praha 7 – https://goo.gl/maps/qbAGfg6ZPVQ2
    C41 / maybe E6 / BW in 135/120
    4) Thalia Picta – http://www.thaliapicta.cz/
    Orebitská 647/7, 130 00 Praha 3-Žižkov – https://goo.gl/maps/EiX5xn61Vf62
    C41 / E6 / BW in 135/120 maybe even large format
    5) Fotomedia –
    Budějovická, 14000 Praha – Krč, 140 00 – https://goo.gl/maps/bQrSy69CGsP2
    C41 in 135, not sure about 120.

  32. Colonial Photo and Hobby in Orlando, FL still does in-house processing for C41 and B&W in both 135 and medium format. I’m pretty sure they still do E6, but it’s been outsourced to a lab in (I believe) Jacksonville.

  33. In Utah, there’s also Replicolor at 850 Richards St., Salt Lake City. They do B&W, E-6 and C-41 in 35mm, 120 and 220. They also process K12 and K14 as B&W.
    Nichols Photo Lab at 3265 S. 1100 E., Salt Lake City does B&W, C-41 and E-6 for 35mm, 120, 220, 4×5 and 8×10. They’ll also scan odd-sized film.

    Color six
    51 Wellington St, central
    852 2526 0123
    Black and white and colour processing, printing and scanning
    Chau Digital
    Phase 3, Chai Wan Industrial City
    70 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan
    852 2505 0830
    High quality printers not processing
    Dot well Photo
    44 Camarvon Road, TST
    852 2368 3826
    cheap processing not sure of quality
    3/floor Hang Fat Building, 140 Wing Lol St, Sheung Wan
    852 28511003
    Black and white darkroom – I process my b&w film here myself

  35. Duggal Photo Services in NYC (and I’m sure there are others)
    29 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10010
    (212) 242-7000

    1. Thank you Walter, I’ve added them in. My German is VERY rusty, so please take a look at the listing and let me know if I’ve missed anything off.

  36. Great idea! I have a couple to add that I found while traveling in S. America:
    Buenos Aires Color
    Piedras 980 (C1070AAT)
    Ciudad Autónoma.
    Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    From what I remember, they process C41, E6, and black and white and seem to have quite a few lab services. They even rushed my development overnight for no extra charge because I had a flight back home the next day.
    Calle Merced 832,
    Santiago, Región Metropolitana,
    So this place is supposedly good, and supposedly develops all types of film, offers push and pull processing, and whatever else you need. I have no firsthand experience however, because I mistakenly went into the shop with the big “FUJIFILM” awning two doors down. Don’t do that. The Fujifilm place is a standard 1 hour photo, which is convenient, but asking them to push my Cinestill in my broken Spanish did not ultimately get me the results I wanted.
    Others I didn’t try, but found in searching for film labs:
    Las Azucenas 2997,
    Providencia. Santiago de Chile
    JPF Laboratorio Fotográfico
    Reyes Lavalle 3320, Las Condes
    Santiago 7550121
    Other useful things I learned traveling with film in South America: Developing = Revelado. Push = Forzar, Forzado. One stop = Un punto. Rolls of film = rollos.
    One hour photos are common and heavily used in the cities, but quality in my experience is mediocre.

  37. In Vienna, Austria there are also
    – Foto Fayer, prices at: http://www.fayer.at/en/rund-ums-foto-kombiangebote-bonussystem 135 or 120 C41/E6+scan from €15
    – Foto Speed http://fotospeed.at/ map https://goo.gl/maps/7WEjGfk4JXD2, C41 dev €4,90, B&W €6,90
    – Foto Leutner, http://fotoleutner.at/ – but I personally had bad experience with their service, so won’t recommend them. Prices similar, C41+scan from €11, B&W from €14, E6 from €15
    In Munich, Germany there is also Fotoflash Fachlabor Prices C41+scan €11, B&W+scan €12

  38. Hey! Since somebody already mentioned Fotoyks.fi in my village, i can point to Saint Petersburg lab called Foto One (http://www.foto-one.com/ sorry i think website only in Russian). They have fantastic printers there and a drum scanner. Something you won’t find in Finland at all, for example. I think the address in English would be Chkalovskiy pr. 15, Saint Petersburg