Don’t be afraid of developing - It’s a breeze to take your latest analogue shots to a Photo lab or a ton of fun to try developing your own film at home! We’ve even set up the Photo Labs feature on our website to help you find a good photo lab in your neighborhood – or anywhere else on earth!
We’ve even set up the Photo Labs feature on our website to help you find a good photo lab in your neighborhood or anywhere else on earth!
As the most common analogue photo format, one of the great things about 35mm Film is that it’s readily available to buy and can be developed via the Online LomoLab, Lomography Gallery Store LomoLabs and other photo-labs across the world.
Whilst your average supermarket probably won’t be able to develop 120 film, many specialist photo labs worldwide can.
The Lomography Online LomoLab and Lomography Gallery Store LomoLabs can definitely develop, scan and give you prints for your medium format films!
Of course, the Online Lomolab and Lomography Gallery Store LomoLabs are able to develop 110 film! And don’t worry, the majority of big photo labs, supermarkets and retail stores that offer 35mm development are also able to develop 110 format film.
In all countries you’ll also find smaller labs and stores which are able to develop the format – And those occasional labs which are not able to develop 110 can usually suggest another lab nearby which can. With mail-order film development services, a note on the film bag saying that it is 110 format is usually sufficient.
Unfortunately, the Online LomoLab doesn’t develop 16mm film. But there’s no need to worry! Because we love the uniqueness of the 16mm film format, we have compiled a list of great labs that will develop it for you.
If you’re looking for something a little closer to home, check out this list of Cine Lab Services around the world: Kodak Laboratories Directory
Synchro Film, Video & Audio GMBH
Retro Enterprises Co.
Studio 8 HK
Why not try processing your Lomography film at home? Home processing gives you complete control over your final image and is loads of fun too! The charts below tell you how much you should dilute your developer and how long you should develop different Lomography Films for.
Not sure where to start with film processing? Well, first you’ll need a darkroom! You’ll need different equipment depending on whether you want to develop and print your photos or only develop them - Read this Simple Guide To Setting Up A Photographic Darkroom from our friends at PhotoTuts+ to learn more about the film development process. Looking for developing chemicals? Check out the Film Development Kit 120 in the Lomography Online Shop.
The Lomography Earl Grey is an exquisite 35mm film that will provide you with classic monochromatic images. If you or your processor need specific processing times, here is a development chart to use with several popular developers:
|ID 11||1+1||9||20°C (68°F)|
|ID 11||stock||6||20°C (68°F)|
|Ilfosol 3||1+14||6||20°C (68°F)|
|Ilfosol S||1+9||7||20°C (68°F)|
|Ilford Microphen||stock||6||20°C (68°F)|
|Ilford Microphen||1+1||9||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak TMax Developer||1+4||6||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak TMax RS||stock||6||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak Professional X-Tol||1+2||9||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak Professional X-Tol||stock||5||20°C (68°F)|
The Lomography Lady Grey film is a monochromatic film that allows you to take timeless images. If you or your processor need specific processing times, here is a development chart to use with several popular developers:
|Arista Liquid||stock||8||20°C (68°F)|
|Arista Premium||1+9||7||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak D-23||stock||7||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak D-23||1+1||10||20°C (68°F)|
|Ilford Microphen||stock||7||20°C (68°F)|
|Tetenal Neofin Blue||stock||12||20°C (68°F)|
|Tetenal Neofin Red||stock||10||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak TMax Developer||1+50||5||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak TMax RS||stock||6||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak Professional X-Tol||1+3||13||20°C (68°F)|
|Kodak Professional X-Tol||stock||6.5||20°C (68°F)|
Lomography Orca B&W 100 is a 110 format film capable of capturing shots with an alluring depth of tone. If you or your processor need specific processing times, here is a development chart to use with several popular developers: