A great film development lab & photo agency.

Australia’s largest film-focused, analogue wonderland.

Racquet Film is a professional film development lab in Brisbane. In January 2017, the lab began developing for Racquet Studio’s professional photographers, mixing chemicals on the road in hotel bathrooms for a variety of national campaigns. In June 2017, their renowned film development services were made available to the public. Providing high-end development alongside camera, film and accessory sales, Racquet Film have morphed into Australia’s largest analogue-dedicated film processing lab, workshop, gallery and showroom. Backed by a global cohort of industry professionals and renowned parent agency, Racquet Film know the analogue photography landscape is changing, and the team behind the brand are changing with it. Quality over quantity, we say.

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