Jack White, the lead singer of the band The White Stripes, has opened a lab in his Nashville recording studio to process and print film. The building that houses Third Man Records, White's record label, now has the facilities to process black and white, color negative and transparency film, as well as hand-printing services.

According to the price list, Third Man Photo handles 35mm, 120 and 220 roll film as well as 110 cassettes. Photographic prints are also available in sizes up to 20x24in. The lab also makes negatives from digital files, scans film, and offers cross-processing.

Customers can drop off film in person or mail it to the lab. Workshops can be booked for customers who are feeling a little more adventurous and fancy processing their own film.

For more information see the Third Man Photo website.