Seattle Filmworks 35mm Processing
A. Developing and Printing
Our trained photo technicians correct for color and density to create the most desirable photos from your 35mm or advantix(220mm) film, ready for you in an hour (based on volume).
Photos are printed on matte or glossy finish as 4x6 or 3˝x5.
Every roll comes with a free index print which shows small images of each of the prints on the roll along with the negative number.
Images can be transfered to CD.
We offer standard Reprint Quality CDs, Kodak Picture CDs, and Enlargement Quality CDs.
From your CD, you can order photos in our store or from your home computer using our Online Photo Lab.
Special Develop-and-Print services are available: bordered prints; color film printed black & white or sepia toned; processing of wet or damaged film.
We also offer “develop only” service for color film. Your negatives are processed and sleeved in 4-frame strips, or rolled uncut in a long sleeve.
Contact Sheets are also available from your negatives.
Color film types that we can process include:
- 120 professional
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B. Reprints and Enlargements
We are able to create additional copies from your previously processed negatives, slides or digital files.
Standard sizes such as 4x6 and 3˝x5 as well as enlargements up to 44x96 inches and other sizes.
Wallet size prints (approximatley 2˝x3˝) are die cut with rounded corners for a professional look.
We can create smaller prints for use in lockets, ornaments or keychains.
Enlargements can be mounted on 3/16” gator-board (black core) or 1/8” matboard to provide a professional look.
Other odd sizes may be printed as well.
Please contact us with your various needs and we will happily tell you what we are capable of and what we would recommend.
Standard enlargement sizes include:
C. Identifying ECN-II Film
ENC-II film was made by many companies with a large variety of lebeling.
Here is a partial list of manufacturer, brands, and process names that can identify this type of film.
- Eastman 5247
- Eastman 5294
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