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    Call for Photo Lab Entries

    Good day!

    Lomography is currently building the biggest directory of photo printing and processing labs around the world. Our goal is that no matter what country you are in, whether you are a lomographer or not, one click is all it takes to find out the nearest lab that will process your film.

    We would like to ask for your help in making this endeavor a reality. We would much appreciate it if you could find the time to share with us the details of your favorite photo lab near you. We believe that this is a tremendous step in helping to maintain our collective passion for film photography. Please do visit this link http://submit-a-photolab.lomography.com/ to enter your photo lab info.

    If you have already done so, thanks for your help!

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    I was doing that very thing.
    Here is a listing of independent film and digital labs. http://www.ipiphoto.com/
    To find a lab near you just type in your zip code.
    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit"
    Aristotle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Brummitt View Post
    http://www.ipiphoto.com/
    To find a lab near you just type in your zip code.
    What's a Zip Code ? I typed in my Post Code and one labs claim to be 1 mile away despite being the wrong side of the Atlantic

    It's not International but should be, after all even travelling US photographers want to get films processed while they travel abroad, and then most of the worlds population doesn't live in the US. The Lomographic initiative is.

    Ian



 

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