We are a Professional quality custom Digital and Traditional photo lab that has been servicing the Seattle area for over 48 years. Be sure to read the filtered reviews for a more complete assessment! Some of our specialties include: * Color and B&W film processing * Automated B&W and color prints from film or digital (3×5, 4×6, 5×7, 8×10, 8×12) * Scanning of photo albums, photo collections * Restoration of old and damaged photographs (or negatives) * Giclee Prints on art papers or canvas up to 40 x 60 inches. *All formats acceptable: photos/negatives, cd / dvd, mac / pc, USB flash drive, all kinds of Camera Cards, etc. *Anything else that other businesses have told you they can’t do! * Be sure to read all our reviews, including the filtered ones, which may be filtered out because they are not frequent yelpers.
Established in 1974.
Moonphoto: Over 40 Years in the Business. While photography has changed dramatically over the past few years, and most labs have closed, we have kept up with the changes and continue our mission to make good photographs better, and better photographs great. We love a good photograph in any form, be it film or digital, and strive to keep the look and feel of traditional photographs whatever the source. We still offer film processing and accept most types. We make prints from wallet size to 40×72 inches, on traditional photo papers and giclée (high-quality archival inkjet) papers. Film is still a viable option, and we intend to keep doing film too. Film has a distinct look, and is being rediscovered by many photographers. Treasured old photos are our specialty. The restoration of old photos is such a pleasure to do for my customers, and seeing their delight when they pick up their restored family treasures.
Meet the Business Owner
Business owner information
Photo of Bob M.
Bob’s earliest memories of photography are making sun proofs in a printing frame at age five or six. In 8th grade, he started processing film at home in his bathroom. In High School, he was the photographer for the School yearbook and newspaper.
He apprenticed himself to the fastidious Dick Ewers At Hall Photography in Huntington Beach, Ca. Bob attended Orange Coast College, (photography, art), then at Cal State University, Long Beach, (Philosophy). After college, he took two trips to Europe, the second one with some friends who lived in Seattle. They recommended Bob to come up and check out their fair city. He liked the people, the greenery and the trees…. and stayed