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    Well, I bought an enlarger from JC Weldon, Weldon Color Labs who is scaling down optical lab (not ending it, just sizing it down some). He does a lot of lightjet with <d-word> but he has a full on analog process capacity as well and I can attest to the quality as I saw tons of his work while I was there.

    http://www.weldoncolorlab.com/

    Oh, and I wouldn't have said that except that Steve below mentioned West LA. Weldon is also .. well he's near Robertson and the Santa Monica Freeway.


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    Brad,

    I have used http://goldencolor.com/ in West Los Angeles. He does good work and has an all optical shop.

    Steve
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    Hey Brad,

    I know this is only half your problem, but if you find yourself in Sacramento with developed negs (or want to send them), I print up to 16x20 in ra4. I have Endura, Royal and Edge paper and use AGFA chemicals.

    Aris

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    Any lab that has an enlarger and a Kreonite can do it. Any lab that does not have an enlarger and a Kreonite is not really a lab.

    A&I here in L.A. does them for sure, but there must be a pro lab somewhere in the bay area (which is closer to you than L.A., if I remember correctly).

    If you want Ilfochrome prints (i.e. color prints made from transparencies), there is a guy in L.A. (Burbank, to be precise) whose work I like very much. The place is called The Lab. http://www.lab-ciba.com/
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    lab ciba is the best. I remember selling him lots of FP4 to make contrast masks with.

    excellent printer

    -Dan

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    brad,

    so just out of curiosity, you're wanting PROOF PRINTS? not just a proofsheet? Seeing that most labs anyhow(minilabs, not pro-labs) don't have optical machines, and IDK if getting parts for those machines is getting sketchy or not...

    I was going to say, send me the film and I can make proofsheets of it for you(for a small fee of course). There's a photo center down here in my area that maintains a color wet lab, for now :o. I'll be re-starting my membership there this fall so I can proof my last year's worth of shoots and personal work.

    probably not the answer you were looking for, just mentioning it as a possible option.

    -Dan

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    Thanks to all who've replied. I am going to give A&I a try.

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