Roundup – Developing Film in Toronto

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It seems it’s getting harder and harder to find places that develop film in the city if you’re looking for anything other than regular 35mm C41. At the same time, there is still quite a bit of demand from artists and art school students. Luckily you can still get almost any type of film developed, though you might have to trek across the city to do it. Here is a roundup of shops in the city and the film types they service. If you’re not from Toronto please let us know of a good spot in your city!

Film Processing

Toronto Image Works

Film Types: E6 | C41 | B/W
Film Size: 35, 120, 220, 4×5, 8×10
Address: 80 Spadina Avenue, Suite 207, Toronto

Downtown Camera

Film Types: E6 | C41 | B/W
Film Size: 35, 120, 220,
Address: 55 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1R6

Annex Photo

Film Types: E6 | C41 | B/W
Film Size: 35, 120, 220
Address: 362 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1X2

Silvano Imaging

Film Types: E6 | C41 | B/W
Film Size: 35, 120, 220, 4×5, 5×7, 8×10
Address: 355 Weston Rd, Toronto, Ontario M6N 4Y7

Image by Lance Robotson.





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6 comments on ‘Roundup – Developing Film in Toronto’

  1. Josh says:

    Kingston Ontario:

    Camera Kingston
    35, 120, 220, 4×5?
    114 Princess Street
    (613) 549-3747


  2. Ainsley says:

    you forgot my personal favorite! Elpro Photo Centre
    3 Elm St, Toronto, ON M5G 1H1 (416) 348-8600. Much love to Ruby!

  3. nick says:

    44 St Clair Ave East

    35mm, 120, 220
    C41, E6, B&W ( also infrared B&W)

  4. nick says:

    lol i forgot to mention its called Northern Artists ProLab!!

  5. H. Sanders says:

    Silvano Imaging is now out of business. (2013/03/31)

  6. Emi says:

    Downtown camera no longer does E6 film processing.

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