1. Drop your films at our store or mail to us:
The film drop-off box is available outside our door 24/7!

2. If you're dropping your films off at our store, please fill up the forms at our door. Please pay using the QR Code found on the forms with PayNow, PayLah! or OCBC PayAnyone.
If you're mailing your films over, please include a piece of paper in the envelope stating your name, e-mail address, contact number the type of scanning you need and if you need your films mailed back to you ($1.50).

The prices listed below are inclusive of developing and scanning.

3. Receive your photos in your e-mail via Google Drive
within 3 - 5 days upon us receiving your films.
Drop us a DM on Instagram or message us at +65 8686 0349 for questions!
Film Processing FAQ:

1. How do we get our negatives back?
You can either drop by our store to collect your negatives or you can opt for us to mail your negatives back to you with a surcharge of $1.50. 
We will keep your negatives for a maximum of 1 month after we've sent the photos over. The negatives will be discarded if they are not collected after 2 months.

2. What scanners do you use?
We use the Fuji Frontier SP-3000 for all our scans.

3. What chemicals do you use for Processing?
We use the Fujifilm CN-16L Kit for all our C-41 colour processing.
Black & White
Our Black & White processing utilises eco-friendly chemicals. These chemicals are imported from Germany and are of the highest quality.

Developer: XT-3 Stock Dilution (improved XTOL)/ Rodinal (1+50 Dilution)
Stop bath: Adostop Eco P
Fixer: Adofix P II
Washing aid: Thio-Clear Eco
Stabiliser: Adostab II

We use the Cinestill D9 DynamicChrome CS6 Kit for our E6 Process.
4. Which scan type is best for your film roll?

Basic vs Premium
We recommend Basic (135) scans for disposable and toy cameras.

Premium (135) scans are recommended for any other camera types and if you're planning to get your photos printed. 

C41 scanning and processing are for colour film stocks like the Kodak Colorplus 200, Ultramax 400 and Portra 400. 

B&W scanning and processing are for B&W film stocks like the Fuji Neopan ACROS 100, Fomapan 100 and the Ilford HP5 Plus 400.

E-6 scanning and processing are for slide films (colour reversal film). 

135 vs 120
135 film processing and scanning are for 35mm film stocks, while 120 film processing and scanning are for medium format cameras!