Black & White Developing Workshop
Black & White Developing Workshop
Jack's Lab is delighted to offer its first ever black & white film development workshop.
In each session, we will take a small group outside to photograph a roll of black and white film, we will then head back inside the lab to walk you through, step-by-step, as you develop your own roll of black & white film.
We will provide everyone with a 24 exposure roll of black and white film to use during the workshop, alternatively if you already have a roll of your own film loaded (as long as it's B&W), you are welcome to take the roll we provide away with you to use at a later date.
At the end of the workshop, we will scan your developed rolls of film and can print a single 8x6 finished photo of your choice for you to take away with you.
The workshop will run as a 6-hour session, times will vary depending on the date, and the cost of the workshop includes everything you will need for the session, apart from a camera. Whilst the film provided for the session itself will be 35mm, you are welcome to bring your own medium format camera, as long as you are able to provide your own 120 film for the session.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE DAY
- Attendees must be at least 16+ years of age.
- You must be able to bring your own 35mm camera (and be certain that it works).
- Please dress appropriately for the weather as we will be outside for the first part of the session.
- Please bring your own food and/or refreshments as due to the risk of allergies we are not able to provide these.
- Free parking is available on-site, as well as secure bike storage.
- Please arrive promptly or slightly earlier than the advertised start time.
OUR MUST UP TO DATE TURNAROUND TIMES CAN BE SEEN ON THE BANNER AT THE TOP OF THE WEBSITE.
When we check your film in at the lab, we will always send your an email to let you know your film has arrived safely, this email will also contain an ETA for when you can expect your scans to arrive with you.
Due to certain busy periods, turnaround times can change according to how much film we have in at any point, so it's always best to check our current turnaround times.
Our turnaround times are always an AIM and not a GUARANTEE. The ETA is an estimate time. So whilst we will always do our absolute best to turnaround your orders within the advertised turnaround times, there are occasionaly mitigating factors that affect the turnaround time and you may get your order a little later than we'd like.
We are open Monday - Friday at the moment, and we don't count the day your order was checked in, so please bear this in mind when enquiring about your order.
Please also bear in mind that, when ordering prints with your order, that the turnaround time is based on delivering your digital scans to you, and your prints will be produced and despatched within 3 working days of you receiving your digital scans via email.
If you haven't received your scans or negatives within the advertised turnaround time, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com stating your order number in the subject and we will try to get back to you as soon as we can with an ETA.
When sending your film orders to us, please ensure that you write your order number clearly on or inside your package.
All film orders should be sent to:
Unit 34, Meriton Foundry
Further details can be found in your order confirmation email once you've placed your order.
Upon checkout, you'll be presented with a number of shipping options, these are for the return of your negatives, or for the item(s) you have purchased.
Please only select local pickup/store collection if you plan on collecting from us in person, otherwise you can select from the two shipping options or alternatively opt to have your negatives recycled.
Please note that all of our post is collected once weekly, on a Thursday afternoon. All mail is sent via Tracked 48.