Dwayne's

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  1. tjaded

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    Hi all--
    Out of curiosity, how would you rate the quality of Dwayne's processing for non K-14? How does their E-6 /C-41/B&W look? I've been pretty happy with their K-14 but I have never sent them anything else. Just wondering.
    Thanks,
    Matt
     
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    i've sent them ( through sams club )
    c41, e6, chromo b/w, and b/w over the years ..
    never had a problem!

    john
     
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    Dwayne's does not do well with printing photos. Their very best work is with E-6 and K-14.
     
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    They'd BETTER be good with K-14...:wink:
     
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    They have a strange interpretation of C-41 printing. Tried them twice, won't try a third time......
     
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    They are good with K-14!
     
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    For color developing and printing, they use Fuji Chemicals and paper. I personally prefer Endura paper using all Kodak chemicals