In order to keep costs down, we do not use mailers.
So to send us film or digital media (or use our online ordering at top
of page), all you need to do is the following:
Write a brief
description of what you want done, and be sure to include your return
address, an email address if available, and a phone number where we can
reach you or leave a message, if we have any questions. Place the roll(s)
of film, in it's plastic canister, in an envelope. For 120 film, place
it in a cushioned envelope so that the plastic spool ends do not get broken
in the mail. This will cause some fogging. It's a good idea to put a return
mailing label on each film cassette, not the canister, so that if it becomes
separated from the envelop in the mail, it will have a better chance of
getting back to you. Do not cover the film slot on 35 mm, and do not completely
cover the film on 120. If you are sending negatives, slides, or photos,
be sure to package them between cardboard sheets to help protect them.
Writing "DO NOT BEND" on an envelop does absolutely nothing
to help protect your valuable negatives or prints. You can also upload
your digital photos from home, and make only one trip to pick up your
photos at PFS, or we can mail them to you.
your package, along with your check
or money order made out to PFS
Photo Lab, or send your credit card number
and expiration date (for security
reasons we do not keep credit card information on file) to:
290 Peppers Ferry Road NE
Christiansburg VA 24073
We cannot process orders received
Credit slips will be issued for any over payment.
We do not ship C.O.D.