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We use a Noritsu film scanner. For special projects and custom scans, we use an Epson flatbed scanners and Epson Fastfoto scanners.

Our standard film scanners output in JPEG format, however TIFF format is available upon request.

Push and pull refer to the process of over-developing film and under-developing it, respectively (usually to compensate for exposure during shooting).

Learn more about our file transfer options here.

Please see our ordering page for requesting an FTP account and other options for sending and receiving files.

FTP is an acronym for File Transfer Protocol. As the name suggests, FTP is used to transfer files between computers on a network. You can use FTP to quickly transfer image files to and from Fast Foto’s network and your computer using a free software program like Filezilla

Yes! click here for more information about passport photos.

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Yes! The easiest way for us to set that up is for you to send us examples of your image style so we can reference back to them. It usually takes a few rolls of film for us to figure out how you like your profile. The more feedback from you the easier it is for us to get it right for you.

Download a PDF photo release form here.

If you need a rush order just ask. We will try our hardest to get your order finished as quickly as possible. We do not charge a rush fee, however we cannot guarantee rush orders will be done at time requested.

Turnaround times are hard to predict. However, if your order contains only C-41 film and is scanned on the Noritsu, our turnaround time is about 1-4 business days.

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