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    NEW E6 & C41 Processing Services in Toronto, Canada

    Do you shoot colour film but have no interest in setting up a colour darkroom? Are you looking for a quality, affordable alternative to the professional labs? Give me a try. I've been processing my own colour film for the last 8 years with beautiful results. I am just a hardcore enthusiast who loves to shoot on transparency film. I've shot on all formats from 35mm to 4x5 and I still do. I even just finished building an 8x10 camera that I plan to put some gorgeous Provia 100F into this week! I also picked up some NEW Lomography Peacock 110 slide film for my Pentax Auto 110 cameras. I'm a dozen shots in and can't wait to see the results! I am slide crazy! There is a complex science behind the manufacture of modern day transparency film and we should be thankful that such a unique product still exists to archive a visual history of our world.

    My goal is to share my processing services with like-minded individuals who shoot colour films and want the most consistent, reliable chromes and negs possible. I want new-comers and veterans alike to enjoy the benefits of shooting colour transparencies and negatives without breaking the bank. It is so much more fun and rewarding than anything digital. If we keep using the stuff, chances are, it will stick around.

    Need to be sure your films are processed properly and with care? You can get your first few rolls processed for free!

    Visit e6it.ca and learn all about my services. Please read the FAQ page under the More Info tab to learn more about minimum film quantities, shipping and packaging, customer discounts, and processing frequency.

    This is a mail-order business so I open up my services to the world of colour photographers. If you live in Toronto, drop your film off personally.

    Visit e6it.ca

    Thank you,

    David
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    sounds great! Wish shipping to Canada was cheaper. I don't see why shipping between Canada and the US has to be so expensive.

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    Thank You for offering this service - I'm sure you'll get a lot of clients, especially with large format shooters.
    I can thaw out some of old stock now!
    Cheers, B.

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    It is great to see E6it.ca go back online. I remember you offered e6 processing a few years ago but then stopped the service for a couple of years. I work in Toronto downtown so it is easy for me to send my film to Toronto Image Works for processing. However, it is great to know that a cost effective processing service is now made available by a fellow photographer for all other film addicts that don't have a e6 processing lab within a 10 minute walk. All the best with the new venture!

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    Not bad prices for the larger formats! Will have to get in touch when I move back to the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by horacekenneth View Post
    sounds great! Wish shipping to Canada was cheaper. I don't see why shipping between Canada and the US has to be so expensive.
    I agree. Shipping charges and brokerage fees can be very high.

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    Thanks for offering this David, as much as I like the convenience of the local C-41 lab here in Oakville, I'm willing to explore your services because you use your chemicals one shot.
    "Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop and look around once and a while, you might just miss it."
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    Dave - glad the film bug still has a firm hold on you. I hope your venture is a success. I can understand your love for chromes.

    I crossed paths with you out at one of Rob S's townhouse get togethers in Burlington a few years back when you were sharing around the 120 format 3d slides you create. They were eye poppingly amazing.

    I just finished filing my film into indexed binders for 2012 this past week, and I think I shot more chromes (mostly 35mm though) than anything else last year.

    The last two years we have flown to the US for vacations, and the weight and hassle of MF and LF with airline screening was not judged worth it.
    Hopefully this year I can get to some of my 120 and 4x5 stashes.

    When my backlog of e-6 chemistry and constituent dry ingredients run out, I will likely be turning to you
    my real name, imagine that.

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    NEW E6 & C41 Processing Services in Toronto, Canada

    Thanks for all the motivating words. As you may know, my first love is chromes, and I will do my best to keep these services alive for others who enjoy shooting chromes as much as I do. Surely I can't be the only one!

    Don't forget, you can get your first few rolls/sheets of film developed for free as a new customer. Get on the mailing list to stay posted with additional discounts and offers in the future.

    Thanks again,

    www.e6it.ca
    Colour E6 & C41 Film Processing
    David S. Nardi Photography
    'preserving the beauty in nature'
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    Great!

    Have some E6 ready to go.

    Best regards,

    /Clay

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