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Kristen 
 

Where to find Pro Labs...


I am tired of my images being different every time I take them to be processed. I've used Ritz Camera for a while, but I want to start using a lab that won't mess my work up. Any suggestions?


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12/6/2004 10:24:36 PM

 
Buddy Purugganan   Try Reliable Photo Inc. (www.reliablephoto.com )Or Dale Laboratories ( www.dalelabs.com ), Darkroom Unlimited ( www.darkroomunl.td.com ), Shore Color Labs ( www.shorecolor.com ---GOOD LUCK!


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12/6/2004 10:40:19 PM

 
John P. Sandstedt
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  I've used Clark Color Labs on occasion, but my last experience was a disappointment. This may have been, because I knew my film contained a lot of snapshots, I went for the "cheapest" print option. Obviously, I wouldn't recommend that choice.

I would think, however, that all of the labs recommended so far work with computerized developing machines. Some of these are adjustable; some are not. Th major issue is whether the technician is able [qualifaction and/or cost impact] to make individual adjustments. If not, seek out a professional lab in your area if you need that level of effort.


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12/9/2004 6:37:32 AM

 
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