Film Photo Processing

donlaw

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Sep 14, 2012
Texas
Don
While cleaning out a cabinet during this stay home stay safe period, I found this roll of unprocessed film.
I think the local CVS or Walgreens will send it out to be processed, but I read that they no longer return the negatives. Just prints and scans!
Does anyone know if this is true? Alternatives for processing?
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tonyturley

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Nov 24, 2014
Scott Depot, WV, USA
Tony
While cleaning out a cabinet during this stay home stay safe period, I found this roll of unprocessed film.
I think the local CVS or Walgreens will send it out to be processed, but I read that they no longer return the negatives. Just prints and scans!
Does anyone know if this is true? Alternatives for processing?
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When I was shooting a lot of film a few years ago, I used thedarkroom.com out of California. You set up an account with them on your first order, mail your film, and they were usually ready to download within a week. That was followed shortly by a manila envelope containing a CD with the digital files, as well as the negatives.
 

donlaw

Hall of Famer
Sep 14, 2012
Texas
Don
When I was shooting a lot of film a few years ago, I used thedarkroom.com out of California. You set up an account with them on your first order, mail your film, and they were usually ready to download within a week. That was followed shortly by a manila envelope containing a CD with the digital files, as well as the negatives.
I will check that out. Since this film has been waiting for years, guess it can wait until there is some semblance of normality In life.
Thanks
 

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