Third Man Records Opens Photo Studio

Third Man Records has announced the opening of their Nashville photo studio and lab. The newly opened Third Man Photo Studio, which soft-launched this summer to Nashville-based customers.

Third Man’s photo chemists hand process C-41 (Color Negative), Black & White, and E-6 (Color Positive/Slide) films, and they use traditional photographic enlargement techniques to create one-of-a-kind archival quality prints from film negatives.

Third Man combines modern and traditional practices for the digital photography enthusiast. Their photo chemists are able to convert any digital image into a physical negative. These ‘Digital Negatives’ are compatible with any Black & White or Color enlarger, and can be used to make infinite fine art replicas of digital images.

More details can be found at thirdmanphotostudio.com. Darkroom staff specializes in high-quality photographic film development and analog print processing using the lab hidden in the walls of the famed Blue Room music venue.

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