Quote Originally Posted by pukalo View Post
Dont take chances with your prior lab! I would say it is pretty difficult to screw up negative shots on the shooters end - but very easy, and likely, on the processing end. Especially in todays low volume film world, where many labs keep the chems far too long to squeeze out a few extra dollars. At your expense.

Send you slide film to either:
Denver Digital Imaging aka The Slide Printer
www.theslideprinter.com
They specialize in E-6, and have a long history of good work, back to the 1970's. They use a dip and Dunk machine too, which is bber than roller transport (which can scratch your film).

OR


North Coast Photo of Ken Rockwell fame/acclaim. Especially good if you want some decent scans at reasonable prices to go with your slides. They have decent volume too, due to the referral at Kens site.

http://www.northcoastphoto.com/
Pukalo,

Thanks again....I have definitely come across both labs.

I think Denver Digital is widely recommended.

I scan my own film (I have the Epson 4990).....for slides that I especially like, I will probably send out for drum scans.

Avi