where to get "wet process" prints 16x20 and up?

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by eddie gunks, Jul 25, 2007.

  1. eddie gunks

    eddie gunks Member

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    hello all,
    i am interested in traditional wet processed prints. stuff done with a laser is ok. i just do not want ink jet. i will be needing some 16x20 but mostly 24x30. what do you all use? anything "cheap"? my lab went ink jet and now i am stuck.

    thanks

    eddie
     
  2. David A. Goldfarb

    David A. Goldfarb Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Locally, I use Duggal, where I usually order projection prints from color neg.

    For transparencies, I like West Coast Imaging for Chromira prints.
     
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    ...fuji or kodak send out services
     
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    bob,
    who do you use? my fuji send out lab is only doing ink jet in those sizes. thanks

    eddie
     
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    Eddie, you really should consider our own Bob Carnie at Elevator. They can do either "traditional" or Lambda in pretty much any size you can imagine. For a recommend check non other than Les McLean.
     
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    Took the words right from my mouth. Bob's a great guy and an incredible printer.

    Bill
     
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    as of january(last time I used the service) when I sent out via walmart, it came back with fuji crystal archive on the back and was definitly a silver halide print.