C 41 All color film is processed in our traditional Hostert Dip and Dunk machine with precise control over chemical temperature and strength, agitation and timing.
Black & White All of our B&W is processed by hand here in the lab to the exact specifications desired by the photographer. We work with a Kodak D-76 however we can adapt the development upon request if needed. Contact us for more information about our range of special developers.
Noritsu Our roll scans are made on a Noritsu SH-1800 starting at 10Mo and going up to 85Mo depending on film format. We can scan your whole film roll or individual frames.
Flatbed Our Epson 12000XL is the industry standard choice for scanning photographic prints, polaroids or art work in high resolution. Flatbed scans are provided colour matched to the original hand print up to 30x40cm.
Imacon The Hasselblat X5 Flextight scanner is a high speed, high resolution scanning system featuring a glass-free optical path between the light source and the lens. The film is curved over a virtual drum producing a point of optimal focus across the original negative. With an active cooling solution to reduce noise at the CCD and resolutions up 8000 dpi, the X5 offers a best in class scanning solution for speed and versatility. Scans are cleaned at 100% of the requested scan size and are color corrected with no clipping in the RGB channels. This scanner is perfect for mastering singular frames. With option on file sizes and 3F raw scanning.
Black & White Hand print We offer traditional darkroom hand printing from negatives available on either silver gelatin paper or resin coated paper. Silver gelatin print has a unique richness and depth that is hard to replicate with digital media and for tone, quality of finish and longevity, the fibre print is unsurpassed. As a result, fibre prints command a premium price with collectors. RC prints are on either matte or glossy paper. Working closely to your brief we can offer creative input gained from years of experience where each print is individually enlarged, dodged and shaded for the best result in collaboration with expert printer Stéphane Cormier.