Film Developing Services

We specialize in developing and scanning film for pro photographers and film enthusiasts throughout the United States. We offer C-41 processing of: 35mm, 120mm, 220mm color and C-41 B&W film, as well as True Black and White hand processing.

All film scanning is completed in our photo lab located in Bloomington, MN. Here at FAST FOTO FILM LAB we offer super fast turnaround time and are often faster than many of our competitors; we can usually have your photos back to you in under a week! Get your photos to your customers quicker by requesting a FREE FTP site from FAST FOTO FILM LAB!

If you are a pro, you can get your photos to your customers quicker by requesting a FREE FTP account from FAST FOTO FILM LAB! Click here for other fast ways to send files.

Send us your film! Download our print order form here.

Minneapolis Film Processing

FAST FOTO FILM LAB professionally adjusts each image to ensure beautiful photographs with accurate color and density.
For professionals, we can set up color profiles to match the photographic style your customers have come to expect. At the end of the scanning process, we preserve all your film negatives in high quality sleeves.

St. Paul Film Processing

FAST FOTO FILM LAB can print your negatives in nearly any size, from wallet to 16x24, in house. Custom and larger prints are available upon request.

Scanned negatives can be saved to a CD, DVD or, Flash drive. If you have an FTP account your scans will be archived for up to one year free of charge, so you always have a backup.

Give our customized and personal service a try today. We love bringing your photos to life and look forward to partnering with you!

Click here for Film Process & Scan Pricing.

What Our Fans Are Saying About Us!

  • Abby"Working with FAST FOTO FILM LAB has made me fall even more deeply in love with my work. The incredibly quick turnaround is just one of my favorite parts- I also love that the same person scans my work every time, which means my photographs arrive with amazing consistency from one order to the next. They're the best-kept secret of the film world!"
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