that's a 2 minute fix, at least you can fix it ..
Originally Posted by F/1.4
back in the 1990s i lived in boston.
i shot a lot of c41 and e6 and used to take it
to a prolab i began to trust with my film.
i trusted them with my personal work and
figured i trusted them enough to give them
some of my bread+butter ... i never did that again
the e6 came back cooked.
i am sure if i gave it to cvs or whatever, it would have been fine.
and saved me the excessive$ it cost to have a pro lab process and the headache of
re-shooting the job. " sorry i have to re-shoot this, my lab ruined my film '
just because it is a pro lab or expensive does not mean they can't mess things up just as bad as a cvs/walgreens &c.
and in the end, they will just give you a roll of film, shrug their shoulders and say 'sorry" ...
at least these days there is a now conventional way to save botched processing, 20years ago we were hosed.