Watch How Color & Black-and-White Film Gets Processed in This Fascinating Short Video

If you’ve ever wondered what happens to your roll of film when you send it off to a lab, you should watch the fascinating short video below from The Slanted Lens. In the video, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens tours Richard Photo Lab in Valencia, CA to see how color and black-and-white film gets processed.

If you’re as equally fascinated with “how the sausage is made” in the digital world, you should also check out the short video we shot last year showing how Sony A7R III mirrorless cameras get built from scratch at a factory in Thailand.

Watch more videos from The Slanted Lens on their excellent YouTube channel. And don’t forget to check out and subscribe to Shutterbug’s own YouTube channel. Jay P. from The Slanted Lens recently shot an awesome how-to video for Shutterbug on “5 Reasons You Should Use a Telephoto Lens for Landscape Photos.”