Processing Black and White Film at NOIR
NOIR darkroom is primarily focused on black and white photography and alternative printing practices. Our aim is to facilitate individuals to process their own black and white films and create their own photographic images in the darkroom.
We offer workshops for those who want to know how and we offer equipment and materials for those already in the know.
High Res Film Scanning
We also offer a do it yourself digital scanning service for 35/120/sheet film. We can give you a quick lesson on how to use our Epson V800 film scanner, which you can then access to scan the images you want at the size you need. AND we don't have to look at your private images.
Processing Colour Film
You can develop your own C41 film or E6 film at NOIR*. We have a JOBO CPE3 processor so you can immerse yourself in the colour developing process, but have less risk of losing the images on your film if you haven't developed colour before.
*Please note colour chemicals are subject to availability. Please email us to see if the are available before booking in.
Listed below is an ever developing list of photo labs in Victoria, Australia who develop colour film for you (and prices):
Geelong - Analog(ue) Academy offers 1 hour C-41 processing for $5 a roll. Its the most friendliest lab we know and Dan and the crew are all passionate photographers. We often get our colour film processed here.
Fitzroy - Vanbar offer a four hour turn around on c-41 development for $8.80. If we don't have the type of film you want at NOIR darkroom Vanbar will, as well as the chemicals to develop it.
Bendigo - Bat ϟ City - Lab, Scanning and Toasty Bar developing C-41 in their Jobo rotary processor from $10.
Collingwood - Halide Supply develops C41 from $7 with same day processing. They also scan and dev a variety of other flimsies.
Fitzroy - (MOVIE FILM) Artist Film Workshop is located at 2 Kerr St, Fitzroy. They develop 16mm film but can also share their knowledge of the darkroom developing movie film, or dry lab for editing and post production. The workshop maintains a 16mm contact printer, 16mm and 8mm cameras, projectors and a screening space. contact them for prices.
Dalesford - (MOVIE FILM) Nanolab will process your 8mm film. Chat to Richard Tuohy for more info.
Pop up location TBC - Work in Process are open Tuesday - Saturday 10am-4pm or by appointment and dev 35mm c-41 for $7 a pop, 120/220/aps c-41 for $8. $14 for Black and white.
Melbourne CBD - DigiDirect offer 1 hour film development from $10 a roll, or you can go the bundle deal $16.95 for developing, 24 wet lab photo prints and a free roll of film (this deal takes approx 4 hours).
Collingwood - L&D One Hour Photo are fast and friendly. Joe offers c-41 film processing for about $9 a roll.
ph: 03 94174591
Preston - Colour Factory are a professional photo lab and are held in high regard by fine artists for their developing and printing. They're prices reflect the quality of their work. Contact them for more details. They also print C type photos.
Carlton - Lygon Court 1 Hour Photo offer fast C-41 film processing from $5.50 a roll. James is very passionate about photography and has been developing films for more years than he can remember.
ph: 03 93474792
Castlemaine - Castlemaine Camera offer film developing. If you are in Castlemaine and are interested in photography why not check out the Castlemaine Camera Club.
Ph: (03) 5472 2857
North Melbourne - Prism Imaging offer C-41 film development from $11 a roll or $6.75 for students.
Williamstown North - Ikigai Camera process C-41, E6, Black n White in 35mm, 120, 110, APS. C-41 dev and scan from $12.50. They high res scan and digitally print too.
Frankston - Peninsula Camera offers a C-41 (developing only) from $8. They also offer a postal service for those unable to come to their store. You incur the extra price of postage but films are sent back after they have been processed.
Brunswick - Hillvale offer film processing from $5 with a 3-7 day turnaround. For sameday printing a 50% surcharge applies. They use a "dropbox" system, so you can leave your films for processing any time day or night.
Regional Victoria - Camera House sells analogue film and last time we were in they still developed film.
Melbourne CBD - Film Never Die offers C-41 developing from $7 and black and white from $12.
*prices correct at time of listing