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    11x14" E6 processing - who/where ?

    Hello all,

    I'm in the NZ/Aus area ('Oceania' ?) - anyways, I'd like to shoot some color 11x14"

    No one can process larger than 8x10" in color in NZ without a reasonable guarantee of success - in other words, they refuse to try, and fair enough :o.

    Where can I get this done ? Preferably local but any suggestions are appreciated ...

    Am I going to be sending my film off to the US, Japan ? Maybe London ? (I am in London about once a year on average) - Europe ?

    Any help appreciated,
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    Nick
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    I've had it done at Duggal in New York. They have 11x14" racks for their dip and dunk lines. They don't list it in their standard services, but if you ask, they'll do it, and the charge is not unreasonable, compared to their other sheet film rates. I think it was something like a bit more than $6 or $8 a sheet when I last had it done a couple of years ago.
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    Just curious, you have some 11x14 E6 film?

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    Nick, you wimp. Real LF E-6'ers shoot 16x20!
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    Afraid it's also in the US, but you might try:

    http://www.colorservicesinc.com/new_mainpage.html

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    Try Stephen Frizza here in Sydney (he comes here too sometimes). He can definitely do 8x10, but I'm not sure about 11x14...

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    didn't steven close his lab? I think he let the lease run.

    HERE: found it..

    http://thelighthouselab.blogspot.com...ighthouse.html

    sad to see this

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    I'm thinking home processing might be the go - but in the meantime (contrary to expectations) google came up trumps:

    http://www.photographicworks.com/film_processing.htm
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    Nick the easiest way is set up a processor and do it yourself at home. I shoot odd sizes that no one here will process so I do them myself. Once you're up and running any exotic size makes no difference and you can process any time you want, day or night.

    Do you have an 11x14 camera? I think I have a box of Efke not doing much, I bought it to cut down but now have the proper size film for my camera.

    Clayton

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