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May 29, 2014 / By admin / In Film Photography,Film Tips and Reviews,Photo Lab Blog
Prints have a consistent and neutral image tone (no color cast). Strong blacks and detailed highlights. Bright white base for stunning black and white photographs. Superb quality and robustness. Excellent batch-to-batch and print-to-print consistency.
No printing color profiles required. With or without white borders. Available in 4×6 to 10×15 sizes. Glossy or Pearl surface. Prices range from $1.99 to $21.99
For over 40 years, we have developed literally millions of rolls of film and we still love it! Most of us have been doing it for a long time – A.J., Ronnie, Joe, Emmanuel, Aimee, Nancy, Chris, Glen, Keith, Jay, Cyrus, Philip – all with at least 10 years in the craft. We love cameras of all types, as well as the trippy, new films. The Darkroom… Lots of experience and lots of love!Learn more about The Darkroom.
We believe there is a real difference between printing on genuine black and white paper and prints made by other methods, yet in most cases customers are never told how their black and white images are printed.
At Fromex Photo and Digital our aim is to enable everyone to enjoy the finest quality black and white prints on real silver gelatin photographic paper.
We are able to print from both film or digital files, so however you prefer to shoot your black and white we can still provide true black and white prints with a consistent and neutral image tone that will last a lifetime. We are printing on a Fuji Frontier Silver Edition Black and White Digital Printer using Ilford Express Digital Photographic Paper; these are not inkjet prints, and are not printed on color paper, but rather real Black and White photographs. We offer 4×6, 5×7, 8×10, 10×15 and various other custom sizes of prints in either glossy or pearl finish. Our lab is located in Signal Hill, California for walk-in business anytime; or we can ship to you worldwide.
Black and White Film Developing – With over 40 years of Black and White film developing, you can trust your 35mm and medium format black and white film to The Darkroom
Top: The Darkroom uses true archival B&W paper Bottom: Most places print B&W on color paper which may appear greenish in different lighting conditions
True B&W Prints From Digital Files Print your digital files on genuine ILFORD Black & White Silver Gelatin Photo Paper
Learn about The Darkroom true black and white film developing
We guarantee our work. If you are dissatisfied for any reason, we will reprint your order or refund your money. No questions and no excuses!
For film photographers: We process all types of 35mm and 120 Black and White film, including Ilford, Kodak, Fuji, Lomo and all color process black and white films. We welcome Holga camera users and Lomography enthusiasts. We also offer standard 18mb or hi-res 48mb film scanning of your negatives. Bring to our Signal Hill, California lab, or use our mail order service; just click on the Shipping Labels below for order forms and mailing labels. Most orders are ready for pick-up or shipped from our lab within 24 hours.
For digital photographers: just to go to our X-Wire online ordering instruction page to upload your images direct to our servers. You will be able to order both color and true Black and White prints in the same order. Just look for “Black and White” when selecting your print sizes. It’s fast and easy. Most orders are ready for pick-up or shipped from our lab within 24 hours.
Order just like standard color prints. Just select “Silver Gelatin” print sizes from the size menu.
The Fromex True Black & White WebsiteIf you are ordering only Black and White prints, you should use our new TRUE BLACK and WHITE PRINTS website.
The Darkroom can now print your digital files on genuine ILFORD Black and White Silver Gelatin Photographic Paper. We believe this is as close as you can get to a traditional B&W darkroom print from a digital file and has significant benefits when compared to B&W images produced from color processes.
Welcome to Fromex Photo and Digital’s True Black and White Printing
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