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    jctgf is offline Key Member
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    Default "to get the film developed" or "to process the film"?

    hi,

    in case i take pictures with a non-digital camera and i want to transform the film into pictures, how should i express myself?

    i would like "to get the film developed".

    i would like to "process the film".

    i've seen both, but it seems that, depending on the region, one is more used than the other.

    which one should i use in the usa and canada?

    thanks.

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    Default Re: "to get the film developed" or "to process the film"?

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    hi,

    In case I take pictures with a non-digital camera and I want to transform the film into pictures, how should I express myself?

    I would like "to get the film developed".

    I would like to "process the film".

    I've seen both, but it seems that, depending on the region, one is more used than the other.

    Which one should I use in the USA and Canada?

    Thanks.
    "I would like this film developed and glossy prints of each photograph, please."

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    jctgf is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: "to get the film developed" or "to process the film"?

    thanks a lot!

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