reccomended slide film processing online?

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by jorri, Sep 7, 2010.

  1. jorri

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    Hi,

    I have about 15 e6 films from a trip to norway and i'm looking for somewhere cheap. There are a few around £5 but i have no idea how reliable they are but that's the ideal price. I was thinking of getting a small chemical set but don't have the time to organise that all- i've just done a lot of c-41 and whilst it was fun its a relief to have finished it.

    Sorry if this is the wrong forum, i couldn't find one for commercial processing, or know if you guys use that anyway.
     
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    Another vote for Peak Imaging here.


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    I've been building a directory of analog photo labs and from what I can tell Peak is the way to go.
     
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    Check out North Coast Photographic Services (http://www.northcoastphoto.com/) and read the link to Ken Rockwell's site. I had them develop some 120 slide film and make large scans -- really nice work.