It's always reassuring to know that despite these trying times, life and creativity could continue to flourish. In order to keep the analogue spirit alive, some dedicated film professionals continue to keep their lights on and their doors open to process our precious film.
With the help of our friends from all over the world, we manage to piece together a list of local film labs that continue to provide developing and other film processing services. These trusty labs and the people behind them make sure we still get to express our creativity using the medium we love – film photography. We, at Lomography, would continue to update this list to help connect you with a reputable local film lab for your photo needs.
Along with our analogue colleagues, our very own LomoLab in Europe remains operational:
We'll continue to process all your Color Negative, Black and White and Slide films.
Films mailed to us will be collected on a weekly basis for development.
If you have questions regarding our developing services, please feel free to shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Our LomoLab Works
Select the type of film development and the number of rolls developed that you need.
Add to cart and proceed to checkout. Select the LomoLAB Standard Shipping option.
We would email you development codes to mark your films
Pack your films in a padded envelope or wrapped in bubble wrap inside a brown envelop. (Don't forget stamps!)
Address to Lomography Headquarters Vienna: Lomogaphische AG - LomoLAB, Kaiserstr. 34/12, 1070 Vienna, Austria*.
Drop off your film at the nearest Postbox or Post Office.
We would process your film, send you a link to download the scans and post the photos to your mailbox!
We encourage everyone to do their part in the global effort to stop the spread of the virus by staying at home, and simply mail your film for processing! Together, we believe that everyone could continue creating amazing photographs even during these times.
Do you know an operational local Film Lab in your area? Let us know in the comments so we could add them to our list!
LomoLab Europe Address: Kaiserstraße 34/V-Geschäftslokal, 1070 Vienna, Austria Email: email@example.com Social Media:Lomography
Fayer Address: Opernring 6, 1010 Wien Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Splendid Address: 74 Constable St., Newtown Wellington, 6021 New Zealand Email: email@example.com Social Media:Splendid
Do you know of a Film Lab in your local vicinity who is open and offering their services? Give us their contact details in the comments, so we can add them to this list! Thank you, and Keep on Lomographing!
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