Anyone doing E6 processing of 120 film in Ireland

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  1. dferrie

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    Hi all,

    Just wondering if anyone knows where I can get some Fuji Velvia processed in Dublin. I used it think it was colour print film (D'oh) and think I have some fairly decent sunrise shots so would like to get it processed, if it wasn't for the shots I think I got I'd probably dump it!

    Thanks

    David
     
  2. Rafal Lukawiecki

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    I've used Repro 35 http://www.repro35.ie/ in 68 Merrion Sq for some E6 4x5". They did a really lovely job, I was very happy - especially as the slides were past their due date. Not sure if they do your format, but I would guess so. Try calling them on 01-6621077.

    Rafal
     
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    I use Repro for my 120 transparency film. They do a good job.
     
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    Thanks guys, I'll give Repro a call.

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    If you didn't bracket your exposures ask the lab (whichever one you use) to perform a "snip-test" before running the whole role. You'll be glad you did. :smile:
     
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    I actually thought about the bracketing thing yesterday evening, I know on one role that I did bracket as I was shooting a sunrise, but not sure about the second role, so I'll ask about the "snip-test", thanks for the tip!
     
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    if you are clip testing try to decide whether the first frame or last frame is more important to you (if you can remember).they can clip either end but its quite destructive to the image tested. also if you can ask for a short clip as sometimes they can test an excessive amount. also they dont process e6 everyday,think its three days a week.