Analogue Photography

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Analogue (film) photography resources.


Getting Started With Film Photography

Melbourne Silver Mine member Cameron Stephen has written a blog entry entitled Starting Out which explains how to get going with film photography.

We also have a Home Developing Guide if you're interested in learning how to develop your own film.

Film suppliers

35mm 35mm film is still readily available in most city and suburban photo labs. Chemists, supermarkets, 2-dollar shops also stock film and occasionally their own budget brand.

Melbourne CBD

Inner Suburbs

Film Processing

Melbourne CBD

Inner Suburbs

Outer Suburbs

  • Mini Lab Photo First Springvale, 276 Springvale Rd, Springvale, VIC 3171, phone: (03) 95746118

Home Developing

You can get chemicals and other necessary equipment from:

If you'd like to learn how to develop your own black & white film, see our Home Developing Guide.

Labs that have closed or no longer doing film The following stores have ceased trading or have reduced or eliminated analogue photo processing.

  • Ted's Camera Store switched to digital only in early 2010, they do still stock film and other analogue photo accessories.
  • Replace-a-Film (Knox Shopping Centre) has closed
  • Elizabeth Camera Centre (Kodak store on the corner of Elizabeth & Little Bourke Street). Closed Feb 2011.
  • Lab X (St. Kilda)
  • Photo Factory (Burke Road, Camberwell) Closed September 2011
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