Well small town large pharmacies and medium sized supermarkets in UK all had mini labs.
Medium sized towns dedicated mini lab shops a few blocks apart
20 mind turn around
but by 2005 they were vanishing like witches or warlocks.
Happily, I still have three camera stores within 30 miles of my house which have minilabs.
Except for traveling due north, I am set.
Haven't had a reason to see what the Walgreens's, CVS's, etc are doing.
this thread says stuff that might be helpful
there are a couple of labs that sponsor / advertise on apug that do great work
i've never used millers,
but some here swear by them
you set up an account, and are good to go ..
if you find a good lab, add it to the lab services thread
good luck ..
ps. if you have a RITE AID pharmacy near you, they send out to fuji
( or did last year ) but make sure they still give your film back ...
they hadn't changed over to the "process your film and beam up the files" yet ..
Thanks for the link. I know about several of the send-out labs, I was hoping to find something closer (and cheaper!)
ijust googled "houston tx + photolab"
and came up with http://www.azphoto.com
they are a pro lab so the quality is good
not 2$ .. but a few dollars more than that
so you won't be at the mercy of a 17 year old
girl with boy-on-the-brain-syndrome
( like the local dunkindonut-girls seem to all have )
azphoto will process everything
b/w, color chromes, 35mm-8x10
i wish there was something like that up here
in RI where i am, no one left to process anything
bigger than 35mm/120 unless i spend the bucks on postage
or spend 4hours in the car.
Minimum 11 rolls a day, 75 pounds of solution, 11 pounds of water.
My local photo shop sells a multi tank insert for 4x5