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    Pro lab in Montreal?

    Hello, I have a job that is going to call for having film run in Montreal, black and white and c-41. I can't seem to find a lab still running both there in my internet searches.

    Anyone know of a place?

    I'm trying to avoid having the film shipped back and forth from NYC.

    Thanks!

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    You might try here. Two labs in Montreal

    You probably need to search in French. MHV will know, you could PM him.

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    With DAFO folding earlier this year, there's Boréalis (http://www.borealislab.qc.ca/) left for the real hardcore stuff, and Photo Service (which is a pro photo store) for quality hybrid work (http://photoservice.ca/). Boréalis still do x-processing and other advanced stuff. But I'm not even sure they make analog B&W.

    For that, you should wait for the soon to open Photo Coop. Their website is down, but I posted some details here:
    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum49/5...al-2009-a.html

    Finally, there's always LL Lozeau, which has a decent film rack, and good processing. http://www.lozeau.com
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    Excellent, I'll check these links. Thanks!

    ...Doesn't appear that any of them do black and white. Might be fed-exing it.
    Last edited by GraemeMitchell; 12-16-2008 at 10:58 AM. Click to view previous post history.



 

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