Ordering made simple!
All of our film developing services can be found here.
Once you've selected the service you need, add to the cart, and at checkout select the return postage option you require.
The email address used to purchase the film developing will be the one we send the dropbox link with your images to.
Once you've ordered you will receive a unique order number, this is the important part! Please read below...
Please make sure to include your order number in the parcel when sending in your film. This can be as simple as a piece of paper or an old receipt with it written on. If you're dead grown up, you can print off your order form.
Package up your films securely in a padded envelope. Please do not use a paper envelope, these have a tendency to rip in transit resulting in your film going missing! We recommend you using a jiffy / padded envelope.
We would recommend taking the parcel to your local post office to be correctly weighed and sent. This is not necessary if you know which postage amount to put on your parcel.
Once your parcel arrives with us, we input your order into our online system, and you will receive an automated email to let you know your films are safe and sound with us.
When you've received this email, all you need to do is sit and relax! Our standard turnaround is 3-4 working days for colour film, 5 working days for B&W and 6+ for Professional Services. Once your order has been processed and scanned we send you an email with a Dropbox link. You can then download your images from there.
Please check your spam / promotions folder before getting in touch about not receiving your scans as our dropbox links have a tendency to end up there!
After your orders have been completed, they're packaged up ready to be posted back to you / collected. You should receive an email to say that your negatives have been shipped.
Please note, this is important!
When sending films to us in the post, please make sure to include the correct amount of postage on your parcel.
Most film parcels will need to be taken to the post office and posted as a small parcel. A single first class stamp will not suffice!
If there's not enough postage on your parcel, it goes to Royal Mail, and we receive a notice to pay for the additional postage, resulting in a delay for your order and an added cost.