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Photofaction Closes in Park Slope But Other Local Places Still Process Film

By Leslie Albrecht | November 28, 2016 3:04pm
 Photofaction, the camera repair shop at 117 Seventh Ave., closed recently.
Photofaction, the camera repair shop at 117 Seventh Ave., closed recently.
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PARK SLOPE — One of the few businesses in the neighborhood where photographers could get 35 mm film processed and prints made has closed, but there are still a few local options for shutterbugs.

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Photofaction, which repaired cameras and developed color and black and white film at 117 Seventh Ave. between President and Carroll streets, closed earlier this month. The owners could not be reached for comment.

Film photography buffs can now turn to these nearby businesses for film processing:

Accurate Photoshop, 639 Fifth Ave. and 18th Street, South Slope. Offers two-hour black and white processing and other services.

Gowanus Darkroom, 119 Eighth St. and Second Avenue, Gowanus. Get your photos printed or do it yourself at this community-oriented darkroom space.

Kubus, 102A Nassau Ave. and Leonard Street, Greenpoint. This location does film developing, photo printing and photo restoration.

 ► The chain pharmacies CVS (341 Ninth St. off Sixth Avenue in Park Slope) and Walgreens (589 Prospect Ave. in Windsor Terrace) both offer film processing.

Other recent Openings & Closings in the neighborhood include:

Brooklyn Brainery Opening Windsor Terrace Location

Flora Brings 'Authentic' Italian to Park Slope; Scalino and Lobo Close

Blue Bottle Coffee Opens in Park Slope with Free Drinks

'Ovenly' and 'Snowdays' to Open Near Barclays Center This Winter

'Top Chef' Alum Opens A&E Supply Co. in Gowanus With Coffee and Doughnuts

Soup Bowl Brings Cold Weather Comfort Food to Park Slope

Pork Slope and Thistle Hill Tavern Are Closing

El Pollito Mexicano Closing After 15 Years in Park Slope