Seattle Film Lab - Film Developing

In House film lab

Mail in or drop off in person

Updated 5/24/2023



Mail In Address:

Seattle Film Lab

12316 Lake City Way NE

Seattle, WA 98125


C41, E6, Black and White and custom film processing. Yes we still process Seattle Film Works films film!

Film sizes processed: 35mm, 120 Medium Format, Kodak Advantix

Some other films may be processed, but scanning services may be limited.

Photo prints a la carte - $8.99 / roll - up to 36 prints


Yes! We develop Seattle Film Works film!

Yes! We develop Disposable Cameras!

Mail-ins welcome!

Mail it to:

Seattle Film Lab

12316 Lake City Way NE

Seattle, WA 98125

We will contact you by phone upon completion for a credit card payment. 

Please include a telephone number or email address for correspondence about your film developing (if needed) and kindly allow 1-2 weeks for completion via eMail or up to 2 weeks for a postal mail return. 

Please Do Not contact the photo lab by telephone for updates. The lab staff are super busy processing your orders. However, if you have not received your film in two weeks you may email or call us at (206) 588-2793

You can reach the lab by email at



Drop them off or mail them in for fast processing


Our Photo Lab rates are below:

Unless otherwise requested, we develop, scan and email as a default.


C41 Color Process and Emailed Scans per roll or disposable camera: $19.00

C41 Process ONLY per roll $12.00 (only dev. negatives will be returned no scans or prints included)

ADD 3.99 for Push / Pull per stop  


Black and White Process and scanning per roll or disposable $23.00 - Each roll is hand developed and specially formulated to suit the film type.

Black and White Processing ONLY (only developed negatives will be returned - no scans or prints included) $19



E6 Process and scanning per roll $23.00 (7 Days turnaround in most cases)

E6 Process ONLY per roll $19 (only dev. negatives returned no scans or prints included) (7-10 days)


Seattle Film Works (SFW) Film $23.00 per roll -  this includes develop and scan to email.


All files emailed with delivery via Dropbox. Turnaround time is generally 3-5 days for most processes except for E6 (we request 7-10 days processing time for E6)

Individual Image prints - $.59 per 4x6 photo print. (DNP Photo Prints) 35mm only. No medium format printing available at this time.


PUSH/PULL requests

Black and White $3.99 per stop

Color C41 $3.99 per stop

E6 $6.99 per stop


SOUPED or Lomo 'destroyed' films - At this time, we have suspended processing of Souped films. These are films that you have modified by dipping in chemistry as found on the Lomo websites. Unfortunately we are not getting enough regular dropoffs to justify the chemistry use.


Process details:

We process using only the best chemistry available directly from Kodak and Fujifilm.

Our 35mm and 120 developing is done on one of two restored Noritsu V30 MiniLab machines. We develop Black and White by hand and custom tailor to your developing requests (offering push and pull for B&W)

E-6 Chemistry is run once per week approximately on Thursdays, but we will hold the run until at least 10 rolls of E6 are present for developing due to cost of chemistry and process. 

Photo prints are industry standard DNP dye sub prints.


Film Retention Policy - We hold all negatives and online digital files for a maximum of 30 days from date of processing. This allows you time to either come in person, or arrange a mail-back of your film negatives. It is ultimately your responsibility to facilitate the retrieval of your film negatives and/or prints. Please pick up your negatives/prints or download your digital files promptly. Any items left beyond that period are subject to recycling or deletion. If you do not want to risk your negatives being recycled, then please pay for the mail-back feature.



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