Getting Started
Getting Started
Chemistry is the life blood of I am Analogue. Whether you're new to film or a long time shooter, take a look at our processing and see the possibilities!

Process It!

Putting it Down
Putting it Down
We produce traditional hand prints through an enlarger. Contact sheets, spotting, dodging & burning. Real photography deserves real printing.

Print It!

Going Digital
Going Digital
Have the best of both worlds by scanning your film. I am Analogue will capture the soul of your photograph for you to display on the big screen!

Scan It!

Current News

Growing blogger and blogger…

We know you’d love to know the ins and outs of everything that happens here at I am Analogue, as a result, our blog section is working overtime to create ‘how to’s’, insider info-graphics, potted histories and much more. Watch this space for an access all areas approach to our Analogue lives!

West Yorkshire Cameras

We have been beavering away, hard at work convincing all we meet of the wonders of analogue. It would appear that we are not alone! Not so very far away, two chaps have taken the mantle of analogue to dizzying new heights. Tom & Howard outgrew their old premises and have moved into a significantly…

All about analogue

Today, some would suggest film is seeing a resurgence in popularity. Whilst its true that digital can’t keep a good roll down, dedicated film users have always kept the torch burning. Photography’s passion and soul can be felt in a mechanical wind, it can be seen as images appear on paper before your very eyes amongst the dim red glow of the dark room.

If you’ve yet to shoot your first roll of film, or you have decades of slides organised to perfection, you will appreciate that trust is an important factor when the time for processing arrives. Each frame is unique, the essence of a moment frozen in time. In most cases, it would be impossible to recreate the scene; frames are always precious which is why Fujifilm entrusted their processing to us.

With over half a century of expertise and more than a dash of TLC, our manifesto begins with loving your film as much as you do.