803 Labs began as a film developing, processing and printing lab in Myrtle Beach in 1992, and has expanded over the years to offer many additional photographic options. Among those are scanning, photo restoration, manipulation as well as mounting and lamination. We also provide fine art reproduction as well as postcard and greeting card printing.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a hobbyist shooting the gorgeous Carolina coastline, an artist or professional photographer sticking to their roots, shooting traditional film is a satisfying experience. At 803 Labs, we enjoy the analog feel that comes with shooting and processing film, taking pride in being apart of a process that rewards time and patience with an exciting end result. We develop film using only traditional C-41 silver halide film.
We can deliver the film on a roll, print the images onto one of our many options of photographic mediums, or scan and deliver it via flash drive, disk or uploaded online. Processed negatives are typically available for pick up by 4 o’clock on Thursday. Reach out to us if you are interested in learning more about film processing or if you are interested in shipping us film, we’d be more than happy to answer any questions you may still have!
For holidays, birthdays or just because, canvas is a beautiful and thoughtful gift to give anyone. Whether you’re on the market for a gift to give to someone you care about or if you’re a photographer looking to broaden what you offer your clients. Our canvas is certified archival and smooth.
TYPES OF CANVAS
Canvas can be displayed in all types of manners, how you choose to exhibit your canvas print is up to you and your personal style, and here we’ll break down the options you have.
Canvas stretched over bars is the ideal choice if you want to hang your canvas without a frame. We can affix saw tooth hooks to the back or you can attach a nail or hook to your wall to hang from the bars themselves. We have two sizes of bars to stretch canvas over: 3/4 inch bars, as the top image to the right shows, and bolder 1 and 1/2 inch bars, which look better with very large prints.
Canvas can be mounted to a sturdy foam board just like photo prints, as you can see in the image on the bottom. We wrap the canvas print tightly over a board with an adhesive backing. This option is perfect for those who enjoy displaying their prints within a frame. Mounted canvas can be put in a frame without glass, showcasing the beautiful texture of our archival canvas.
We produce certified archival canvas prints in Myrtle Beach, but we service artists and photographers from all over the East Coast who understand care and precision go hand in hand with our museum quality canvas and giclée printing.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like assistance with placing an order.
Our entire process is done in-house, meaning you don’t have to worry about possible in-transit damage or trusting an unknown company with your delicate photographs. When you bring in your photos, you’ll get to speak with our restoration expert directly and get to know what we’ll be doing to revive your images and who will be handling them. There is no restoration or manipulation job too big or small for us.
We’ll give you a quote based on how long it takes to complete the job and the skill required to do so. Our quotes are established upfront, so you won’t be surprised with any hidden charges or anything written in fine-print.