C41 development
stock speed, push or pull
always 8€

C41 development
stock speed,
push or pull
always 8€

Black and white development
in D76, HC110
Pyrogallol or Rodinal
starting from 12€

Black and white development
in D76, HC110
Pyrogallol or Rodinal
starting from 12€

motion pictures film
development in C41
with remjet removal
starting from 8€

motion pictures film
development in C41
with remjet removal
starting from 8€

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C41

Color, ECN2, E6 cross processed, push and pull


We develop color negative films (C41) and motion picture films (ECN2) with or without remjet in C41.
We can also cross process slide film (develop E6 film in C41 chemistry).

Black and white

cross process, push and pull


We develop black and white films by hand in D76 or HC110, if you want more we can also offer you development in Rodinal or Pyrogallol PMK (in these cases ask us first).

from 8mm to 120


We can develop films from 8mm up to 60mm width, this means that we can process the most common 35mm and 120 but also: 8mm, 110, APS, 828, 126, 127, 620, 220

Your roll isn't listed here? Contact us!

How we develop ECN2 motion picture films

what about the remjet?


We also develop ECN2 (not entire reels, but film packed inside photographic rolls with the length of regular rolls) in C41 with the proper compensation.
If your roll still has its remjet layer please don't try to remove it by yourself, keep it in and write down in the order form that your film has its remjet layer. We may refuse to process films if we believe they have been altered because they can damage our equipment.

Push and pull up to 3 stop


We can push or pull your rolls for free up to +/- 3 stops. This applies to both C41 and black and white film.

Did you find something from another age?

Let's discover what's inside!


Did you find an expired roll? Most of the times we can counteract the aging thanks to our experience
If it's expired more than 10 years ago (for color films) or more than 20 (for black and white) please write us everything you know about it
We'll do everything we can to try and save your film, but keep in mind that it's a critical process and we cannot guarantee it to always be a success: if the emulsion is too damaged there isn't much we (or anyone else) can do.

Need more info?

If you have some questions or need some help, don't be shy and contact us. We're here to help.