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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
    I used them once for some B&W work... I was wondering whether they were still a going concern or not. Too bad they are no longer sponsors.
    Some time has passed since I last used them, and I've accrued a bunch of negatives I'd like printed, so I gave them a call. It sounds like business as usual and I will probably send them a package this week or next.
    Yeah, it would be nice if they still sponsored APUG...
    "Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement." - Jim Horning

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJC View Post
    Some time has passed since I last used them, and I've accrued a bunch of negatives I'd like printed, so I gave them a call. It sounds like business as usual and I will probably send them a package this week or next.
    Yeah, it would be nice if they still sponsored APUG...
    Unfortunately, I don't shoot enough B&W to give them much business - this year so far, I haven't shot any at all.
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    I would add to the list Images Photo, a B&W only lab in Tucson, Arizona. Their web site is http://www.mylab.com. They develop standard size film from 35mm up to 8x10. They will do optical enlargement with negative sizes from 35mm up to 4x5.

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    DR5 does a good job on b/w transparencies. They also offer a few other services I haven't tried. http://www.dr5.com

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    I'll chime in with the lab I work for...Newlab in San Francisco.

    www.newlab.com

    E-6 & C-41, Dupes, etc.
    I have a standing offer here--if you send anything in, put it to my attention and mention APUG and I'll make sure you get 10% off.
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    RGB Labs
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    http://www.rgb-tech.co.uk/lab/23

    Small business starting out on the mailorder/online stuff so not really advertising the fact that they do mail order. If you call them up they'll explain what they can do and how to send/pay etc. I've used their pro service for 120 film dev & prints and their am service for 35mm. They're good people and I've not had problems with any of their work.
    Last edited by Akki14; 07-24-2007 at 11:23 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: added country, oops.

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