Film Developing

Film Developing at Allen's Camera


Developing film is one of our most popular services! We can develop Color (C-41), Black and White, and E-6! Our Standard film sizes are 35mm and 120mm. Custom Film Sizes include 110mm, 126mm, 127mm, 220mm and APS.

Hi-Res is a $5 upgrade to make the typical 8x10 scan into a 12x18. This is perfect for those looking to enhance their photo quality. 

Our Lab technicians develop daily and have a quick turn around time. Please call us if you have Pushed or Pulled your film. 

Layton: 801-544-1182
Salt Lake City: 801-278-0281
Orem: 801-224-0006
Provo: 801-373-4440


 Film Developing Prices

 Color (C-41) film is the most common color-negative film and what most people associate with film photography. When viewed, the negatives will appear orange with the darkest spots of the image appearing light (negative).

Color (C-41) Develop Develop + Digital
35mm  $6.00 $12.00
35mm Hi-Res $11.00 $17.00
120mm  $7.00 $13.00
120mm Hi-Res $12.00 $18.00
Custom $11.00 $16.00




Black and White Film Photography is considered by some to be more subtle and interpretive, and less realistic than color photography. Monochrome images are not direct renditions of their subjects, but are abstractions from reality, representing colors in shades of grey. 


 Black and White  Develop Develop and Digital
35mm $8.50 $14.00
35mm Hi-Res  $13.50 $19.00
120mm $9.00 $15.00
120mm Hi-Res $14.00 $20.00
Custom $11.00 $16.00




E-6 film, also called “slide film”, is the process for developing Ektachrome, Fujichrome, and other color reversal (slide) photographic film. E-6 processing is the standard practice for color reversal (slide) film, while C-41 is the standard processing for color negative (print) film.

 E-6 Slide Film Develop Develop and Digital
35mm $12.50 $16.50
35mm Hi-Res $17.50 $21.50
120mm $13.50 $17.50
120mm Hi-Res $18.50 $22.50
Custom $11.00 $16.00



All Disposable Cameras are 35mm and typically use Color (C-41) film.


Blank Rolls: A blank roll is actually a roll that is completely clear, not even with faint images. It only shows the imprint from the manufacturer along the edge (such as, Kodak 400). Those markings get developed with the images and if you can see them then the film was properly developed.

This most commonly happens when the film doesn't catch when it get loaded and, in turn, never goes through the camera to get exposed. Another common problem is when old, expired film's emulsion is no longer functional. Do not leave your rolls of film in your car when it's hot. Most Airport X-Rays only affect film when the ISO is over 1200. 


Submitting any film, print, slide, or negative to this firm for processing, printing, or other handling constitutes an agreement by you that any damage or loss by our company, subsidiary, or agents, even due to the negligence or other fault of our company, subsidiary, or agents, will only entitle you to replacement with a like amount of unexposed film and processing. Except for such replacement, the acceptance by our company, subsidiary, and agents of the film, print, slide, or negative is without other warranty or liability, and recovery for any incidental or consequential damages is excluded.

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