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    Photo developing near Disneyland?

    Does anyone know if there is a place to develop photos on the resort or nearby? Preferably, a one hour photo?
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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    Target is on Harbor and Chapman, south of the park.

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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    Are you sure they still develop film in store?

    I looked at the closest location, a CVS on Katella next to the Food4Less, and they have pulled the film developer machine, which is happening at many stores, being replaced with a digiital photo printer and CD/DVD burner.

    The Rite Aid on Harbor, near Garden Grove Blvd claims they still have a one hour film machine.
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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    Darkbeer to the rescue!

    The Target near my work has film developing but I can't remember if they offer one hour service or not anymore. It has been a long time...

    I would go with Darkbeer's advice before you go with mine!

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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    hmmm... I think the Target one hour is still there, just has different hours than the store does! it opens later and closes much earlier

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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    The Wallgreens at Euclid and Chapman has a film department still. I presume that it's a one hour shop.

    For Costco Members there is the Costco on Garden Grove Blvd and Euclid as well.

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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    Saw a one hour shop at the corner of Harbor and Katella today, on the south east corner near the IHOP and the Radisson. Didn't go in, but it was called something like 1 Hour Photo Plus.
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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    Go Digital... Buy some extra cards and go nuts! No more developing charges for out-of-focus or poorly framed shots!

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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    I thought my parents were the last ones on the planet that still used a film camera. They had a digital but they're too technology challenged to figure it out, so they gave it to me.

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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneyhound View Post
    Go Digital... Buy some extra cards and go nuts! No more developing charges for out-of-focus or poorly framed shots!
    Well, if focus and framing is the problem... just be careful of your focus and framing. Besides, developing charges aren't that much -- $2-$3. Sometimes less. Not exactly a huge expense.
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    Re: Photo developing near Disneyland?

    Thanks guys for giving me some different possiblities. I would think that a one hour photo might do well in Downtown Disney. Hmmm, maybe the Garden Walk.
    Anyways, while my daughter and I hang out at Disneyland, my Dh is taking our DS-16 for a couple of private Jui-Jitsu classes. I thought it would be fun to take a photo of him with his instructor, as he is from a family that is very prominent in his field. They will be going again the following week so I thought if I got the photo printed up into and 8x10 he could take it and get it autographed. I think it would mean a lot to my son, while us girls stick with the Disney autographs.
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