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    Wasgington DC

    I will be in DC in June.
    Any recommendations on where I can get 120 and th
    e 4x5 developed?
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    http://www.dodgechrome.com/

    I've used them for years. They do a great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie View Post
    http://www.dodgechrome.com/

    I've used them for years. They do a great job.
    Thank alot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie View Post
    http://www.dodgechrome.com/

    I've used them for years. They do a great job.
    interesting. i may try them if i ever splurge on 8x10 chrome.

    l'imagerie did such a bad job with my 4x5 that i started doing my own and never looked back
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    Another vote for Dodge/Chrome. I take my 5x7 color neg film to them and they do it right every time. L'Imagerie is gone now - not that it's surprising given the fact that the owner was a polarizing character - you either liked him or hated him, I think, with no in-between. A Frenchman with an Inspector Clousseau-esque accent and a waxed, curled handlebar mustache and Gallic arrogance.



 

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