Cross processing in Boston area?

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by gseber, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. gseber

    gseber Member

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    Hi,
    I just moved to Boston and am searching for a photo lab to have my slide films cross processed. Does anyone know such a place? I don't want to do some tricks and have them developed in a drug store. I am looking for a place where they can develop the films professionally. Thank you.
     
  2. flatulent1

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    Damn, whenever I see that phrase I automatically read it as cross-dressing. Uh, never mind why.
    BTW, welcome to APUG!
     
  3. SuzanneR

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    Welcome to Boston and to APUG. I've not had anyone do cross processing, but you might ask at Dorian Color Lab in Arlington. They done E-6 processing for me, but you'll have to call and ask about cross processing it. http://www.doriancolor.com/

    There's also Color Services in Needham, who I've used for C-41 services.
    http://www.colorservicesllc.com/new_mainpage.html

    And then Panopticon Imaging in Hingham, who I've used for some custom color printing work.
    http://www.panopticonimaging.com/index2.php#/home/

    Hope that helps.
     
  4. John Shriver

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    Asked Dorian about it a few weeks ago, they will gladly cross-process E-6 in C-41. I asked them about it since my daughter can't bring her cross-processing to Cameras Inc anymore, as they are closing. Dorian runs C-41 about three times a week, depending on demand. I've been very happy with their C-41 processing over the last eight years, only flubs were a few cases of water spots, and they will gladly re-rinse and dry.