About us

We don’t have a style — we have standards.

A little history

Exmouth Express Photo Laboratory was established in 1988 and was the first independent processing lab in the town, offering 1 Hour developing and printing.
In the past 28 years we have witnessed some of the biggest changes in the photographic industry... and we have moved with the times.

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What We Do

We cover all of our customer's photographic needs, including digital printing, reprints, enlargements, canvas wraps, ID photos, restorations, scanning and much more.
We also process 35mm film which has had a significant increase in the past 2 years.

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Our Team

Emma Crane
When I was 17 my Dad “talked” me into buying my first SLR camera a Olympus OM10 and I never looked back, I still have some of the first photos I ever took and they are still some of my favourites. Architectural photography is my passion I love all kinds of buildings, church’s, bridges and old houses. I also love landscapes especially forests and trees and photographing my dogs. Through Exmouth Photo Services I have enjoyed a successful career in wedding, portrait, sport and commercial photography.
Alan DaBreo
You will find me in the shop helping out when I am on my days off from my main job as BA Cabin Crew which allows me to see the world, from which I get to explore further in my experimental photography documenting the local culture and landscapes through photographs.
As mentioned, I love experimental photography exploring with both film and digital formats to create an artistic piece, from which the creativity of being able to explore with different processes
Kim Wyllie
My love of photography began with a little 110 camera taking photos of family and friends and especially family pets.
However, my real passion is for aviation photography especially “The Red Arrows”. I have even had some of my work published in their official calendar.
More recently I have made the move into Photographic restoration and manipulation, and I look forward to what is just around the technological corner!
Steve Townsend
I choose Exmouth Photo Services because they covered the armistice remembrance services and always managed to capture my Granddad in a lot of the photos that appeared in the Exmouth Journal, which we, as a family always enjoyed seeing.
It’s this enjoyment that lead me to want to attempt journalism photography, so I could one day hope to bring the happiness /excitement of seeing a loved one’s photo in print to others.