Who is still processing E-6 in the GTA

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  1. Uncle Bill

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    I have one medium format roll of Provia 100 to process. I'm wondering who still processes slide film in the GTA? I made the switch to Kodak Ektar 100 and Portra films a few years back so I lost touch who does what because I have a decent C-41 Lab in my neck of the woods (Zoom In Photo in Glen Abbey in Oakville).
     
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    Toronto Image Works (King / Spadina)
     
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    For speed and quality, nobody beats Toronto Image Works(http://www.torontoimageworks.com/). They're really the last pro lab standing, for my $, in the GTA.

    Sorry you missed the Junction shoot last Saturday.
     
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    If you are not rushed, drop ift by and I will run it the next time I have enough e-6 backlogged to run a batch.
     
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    As of May 1, they're no longer doing E6 or B&W. Demand obviously tanked. Back to TIW.
     
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    that's too bad. guess too many are doing home processing.
     
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    They weren't exactly film-friendly after their clientele ditched analog years ago. Burlington's high prices and slow turnaround said it all about volume. TIW still does excellent work+4hr service.