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09-26-2009, 03:27 AM
I am just in the process of moving to Brussels - I hope you could help me with some information on good labs for C41/E6 from 35mm up to 4x5 in and around Brussels?
Maybe you also know a good place for buying film, chemicals and alike?
I find it quite difficult to search on google for these kind of things - probably due to the lack of french language skills...
09-27-2009, 04:23 AM
after some more research I found the information on a Flickr Group - if any body else might be looking for the same information, here two places in Brussels:
"american color" for anything E6
"limelight" for anything C41
they seem to be very good - will check them out myself soon.
11-02-2009, 05:01 PM
Jan, several - pro level - labs do operate in Brussels. See Yellow pages (# 855 in printed version)
The one I know about :
Sadocolor (rue General Tombeur , 1040 ) , E6 / C41 , also for pro-framing : nice people!
Micheli JJ lab (rue de Tervaete , 1040 )
Limelight , 1050
American color (1050 Elsene) : I've heard he's stopping its activity?
I just discovered a small, traditional, C41 , renowed for still using ENLARGER technology!
called "Jazz" rue de Flandre / Flanderstraat
Hope it helps you, Emile (originally from Luik)
11-15-2009, 05:36 AM
Thanks - it helps... still seem to be quite some options around. Good to hear!
11-24-2009, 08:56 AM
I'm just using a standard lab (ELKA), dropping my films (120, 220, 4x5) at my usual photo shop. And it works fine while remaining affordable.
While service on 135 film will possibly (as I heard from friends) not be as good as it is for professional formats.
12-23-2009, 06:17 PM
Another option would be Fotoguy, they're located in the Rue de Flandres/ Vlaamsesteenweg, close to the St.-Kathelijne metrostation. It's a very small store, but they carry about everything you could possibly need regarding film, chemicals etc. Take a look at www.fotoguy.be for more information
08-22-2011, 11:38 AM
I am moving to Brussels in September and I was wondering whether you know any laboratory where one can go and print their own photos.