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I'm thinking of getting into medium format but I was wondering if there are any places that would process 120 film locally. I've just started processing my own B&W so this would be mostly for C-41.
Since I live in Antioch, Stockton might also work. By the way I don't have any problems mailing it out for processing but trying to find out all my options.
07-17-2010, 09:42 AM
I live out in Concord (actually more like Clayton) and for all my lab procesing I use Action Photo Service who are excellent. Ive had slides, c41, and B/W developed there with excellent quality and turnaround time (same day if dropped off before 10am). They are in downtown concord. Their website is: http://www.actionphotoservice.com/
It may be far out for Antioch though...
Thanks for the tip Josh. It wouldn't be too far of a drive from Antioch. Heck just looking at their location, I could go to Fry's Electronics afterwards!
07-17-2010, 03:55 PM
No problem :) . I had a few rolls of 120 Ektar developed there last month and they came out great! And Fry's too is a plus.
07-17-2010, 04:30 PM
I developed my back and white in the photo lab at DVC. But when I needed E6 or C41 I took it to Action Photo and had no problems with them.
07-17-2010, 05:53 PM
You guys should go up between Richmond and Rodeo with a Pinole camera.;)
Ace Photo Imaging in Sacramento does C41 120 process only at $2.99 roll. They've been my go-to source for cheap, quality processing for a couple of years now.
08-03-2010, 01:30 PM
Holy Sweetness !
C-41 / 120 @ $2.99 per roll .
Thanks dpn !
Thanks for the heads up there dpn. I'll definitely be sending some test rolls to both labs and see what kind of results I'll get.
08-04-2010, 10:59 PM
To add to this, I just had two rolls of chrome (Fuji Astia 100f and Velvia 100) developed, and they came out crisp and dust free.
I also use ace photo in sac
I haven't been able to find any mail order cheaper.
08-11-2010, 11:23 PM
photolaboratory.com (http://www.photolaboratory.com) in Berkeley (APUG sponsor) does C41, BW, E6 and cross processing. Mail order works great but if you go in person there is also a gallery currently exhibiting silver gelatin prints by 8 Bay Area photographers http://www.photolaboratory.com/gallery.htm