Hey all, I need to do some color work. I haven't done much and I will be using 35mm. The images will be used for magazine reproduction and will need to be sent electroncally. I simply can't afford to buy the digicam I would prefer, and of course this is APUG so we won't go there . The question is this; I load my Nikon with some color film that will be available for a few years to come and is versatile and sharp. What would that film be? Brand, speed,Print or Slide, I'm easily swayed, but Kodak leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I realize this is subjective but I rarely give more than a passing thought to color photography so I need a good starting point. Now, I shoot some fabulous photos (ostensibly) both with flash and available light, handheld and tripod as conditions allow. I now need to take that film and send it to a color lab that does good work at reasonable prices and will put all the images on a cd or an FTP server. I could scan the negs myself but frankly, I don't want to spend my time sitting in front of a computer trying not to scratch my negs and cleaning the sodding glass. (I have a flatbed with a neg attachment) A new neg scanner is not really an option, as I said before I dont have the cash. To sumarize; 1) Which film 2) Which lab I am in the NW corner of Indiana, I do know of a lab local but it's a nightmare getting there before closing and they don't do E-6. C-41 and digital only. Thanks.