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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Dwayne's will turn a neg into a slide for $1.10 a slide. Here is the order form http://dwaynesphoto.com/common/Slide...der%20Form.pdf
    Don't give up ship
    $1.10 a slide plus shipping? You have to REALLY like a shot to pay this. Carrying two bodies (one with C41, and one with E6/K14) looks PRETTY cheap in comparison. Of course, it would certainly be less convenient.

    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    what is the difference between a reversal process and a negative process ?
    To make a long story short, in a reversal process, a positive image is created on the original piece of film. This can either be done chemically (as in dr5 or E6) or by re-exposure to light (as in K14 or the Scala process). So all you get back from the lab is a box of slides - no negatives. With a negative process, the original film is developed into negatives (as is usual for C41 and conventional B+W procesing). These negatives would then be used to print images onto a printing film (in a manner somewhat similar to making conventional prints). So you would get back both a box of slides AND negatives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StorminMatt View Post
    To make a long story short, in a reversal process, a positive image is created on the original piece of film. This can either be done chemically (as in dr5 or E6) or by re-exposure to light (as in K14 or the Scala process). So all you get back from the lab is a box of slides - no negatives. With a negative process, the original film is developed into negatives (as is usual for C41 and conventional B+W procesing). These negatives would then be used to print images onto a printing film (in a manner somewhat similar to making conventional prints). So you would get back both a box of slides AND negatives.
    thanks matt ...

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    Seattle film works changed their name to Photoworks, or something like that a few years ago.

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    Yes they did and Photoworks no longer develops film.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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