Lab recommendation for color processing

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by herb, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. herb

    herb Member

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    I tried to link up with a prevous post, no luck.

    I need a pro quality lab for C41 and E6 processing, primarily roll film, the occasional 4x5 job.

    Preferably in the Southeastern US, or East Coast.

    Thanks

    Herb
     
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    Philadelphia photographics does a great job for me. From Large format to 35mm
     
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    For the DC area there is Dodge Chrome and L'imagerie, the latter i've used for 4x5 quite often.

    For mail order, don't forget Dwayne's.
     
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    E-Six labs in Atlanta?
     
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    Not sure about E6 but for large format c-41 no lab can compete with LTI/lightside's special processing. Yes, it's twice as much but no other lab has solved the problem of mottled blues. So if you're doing large format landscapes, check it out.
     
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    L and I Photo in NYC. Although I'm not a pro, they've been doing Pro work for 25 years. I find my negatives come back clean and flat (120 MF).