7105 W 95th St, Overland Park, KS 66212
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
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I brought about 20 rolls of film from a trip we took to Europe and Process One developed all the film. I had color and black+white, and I had prints made as well as scan to a USB drive. HOME RUN! Wow, I feel lucky to have a photo lab in town so I don't have to mail my film off (but Process One apparently does a TON of mail order film developing too.)
The pictures they printed are great - color is spot on, no dust. etc. The scans were larger files than I expected, but that's a good thing. Now that I'm getting back into traditional film photography it's nice to have this lab in town.
We hired our own photographer for senior photos that provided all the digital prints. Local stores could not provide a good quality photo that could be passed out when I tried to print. I found Process One online and opted for matte finish and was extremely pleased when received. Important to know the wallets were normal sized wallets, rounded corners and can have name imprinted on them. We had purchased a few wallets from the photographer that photographed the head shot required for the yearbook. You cannot tell the difference between the expensive head shot wallet and the wallets processed from Process One.
01/13/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I found out yesterday that I needed a professional headshot in digiital form to mail it in with an application tomorrow.
I found the number on-line. I explained what I was hoping to get to the man who answered the phone.
I was willing to pay for a professional photo and the rush, e-mail or downloading to a thumb drive would have been ideal but the cd was ok.
I got exactly what I wanted from Process One at 95th and Melcalf, for $13, in one hour, with no attitude. Full sized, cropable photos on a CD as well as 4 photos cut in the regulation size for passports, two of each shot taken so I had a choice.
This is a good lab located at 95th & metcalf in Overland Park - they are out in front of the Home Depot. They do a good job with reasonabel prices. But, the big deal is THEY DO FILM!!! I mean they do all kinds of film - print film, slide film, black and white film, medium format and 4x5!! And they seem to do it very well. I think the guy that runs the lab is some kind of film nut or something. They have done a good job with my digital stuff too, but they are really becoming one of a kind with the film work they do. Highly reccomend this old school, full service REAL photo lab.