Getting films developed.

MunkyHeed

Striker
Anyone done it recently? I found about 5 disposable cameras the other day in a forgotten about box. Not a clue what’s on them! I’d rather get them printed oldschool than downloadable. Recommendations on where to go would be lovely.
 


MunkyHeed

Striker
Asda do it, they send a prepaid envelope for you to send the film in.

Might be good if you don't want to look someone in the eye when you pick them up.
Y'know... I'm honestly looking at doing it myself if its possible too... if what I think is on them, is on them. :oops:
 
Y'know... I'm honestly looking at doing it myself if its possible too... if what I think is on them, is on them. :oops:
😁Would be costly in kit, chemicals etc and difficult to get right without experience. That's just the developing. The printing would then require a darkroom, photo paper, and more chemicals.

Far better off just taking them somewhere, or send them off to a place that can either print or provide scans or both. I recommend AG ( Film developing, processing, printing, film scanning, digital photo printing ) but there are plenty of places will do it. Asda used to do colour film in store but not any more.
 
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