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Recommended Film Processing Labs!


filmforever 7 695
19 Jan 2010 3:39PM
The problem with processing labs is one of consistancy, one that is good one month, can return scratched negs the next.
Have you considered processing your own?..This is what I now do....all you need is a processing tank, spirals, plus a film changing bag to load film into the tank in daylight and you're away!..The price of dev & fix is cheap, and you'll get far more satisfaction as well as consistant results.

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hwatt 11 12 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2010 5:17PM
Metrocolor Labs in Birmingham, clean, cheap, quick (48 hours), never a scratch, never a loss. I've used them for years and see no reason to change. More keenly priced than Peak too.

Ian
19 Apr 2010 12:58PM

Quote:Many of the labs we've tested over the years are still going,


Dlab7 gave me excellent results for 120 E6 processing.

Unfortunately they no longer offer this service.

Am thinking of using Peak Imaging and doing my own scans.
27 Apr 2010 1:04AM
Sent off my first roll from "new" TLR to Peak Imaging today.

Sent an email query to them and got reply within 25 minutes.

Must be good. Smile
jas

(Gave epz a mention, incidentally Smile )
StrayCat e2
10 15.5k 2 Canada
27 Apr 2010 3:02AM
Good luck, Jas.
27 Apr 2010 11:32PM
Thanks, Denny Smile
Got the results back, Denny.

Good processing - lousy photography Sad

(Must do better Wink )
StrayCat e2
10 15.5k 2 Canada
1 May 2010 8:04PM
Good luck Jas.Grin
Shot a roll of HP5+ off this afternoon, Denny.

Felt much more comfortable with the camera. Smile
6 May 2010 10:49AM

Quote:I have my own film scanner now, and the sample images I've run through it have been great - certainly better than 'high street' quality, and at least as good as the 'standard' quality from Peak Imaging.


Just out of interest, Darren, is it a dedicated film scanner or a flatbed type?
jas
pentaxpete e2
9 553 1 England
1 Jul 2010 7:56PM
can I recommend MYSELF to process film for EPZ members ? I have a professional Traditional Darkroom, three enlargers, lots of chemicals and TIME but hardly any WORK !!!! -- Nobody WANTS photographers any more around here -- a High Street Studio has closed down and the Proprietor is doing what I have been doing over 30 years ie work from HOME -- no Rent,Commercial Business Rates to pay etc so I can offer B&W 120, 127 and 35mm Film process and rough contact sheet for 1-50 a roll -- please don't ask about 'do I SCAN onto CD' as I don't know how to do it BUT I CAN do CLEAN, UNSCRATCHED negs in re-cycled neg sleeves ( you don't get NEW ones at that price ! ) Please contact me by Private Message -- Thanks-- Peter.
photofrenzy e2
8 424 2 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2010 12:46PM
WHATS a film processing lab ??? Wink
photobsfb 3 1
28 Dec 2010 2:46PM
Anyone have any info or opinion on Lab 35 which appears to have changed hands and is now True Colour Imaging Ltd? Am still using old-fashioned film which has to be developed.

Thank you.
Graflex e2
11 488 United Kingdom
30 Dec 2010 5:03PM
If in London,CLUB 35 has been my lab for 35mm...They do a lot of services.Look up website.
120 B/W I process myself though.Old habits die hard.
H.
johnnyh4 4 2 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2011 8:16PM
I have used Club35 quite a lot, usually for 120-film colour negative processing, scanning, and printing, and am very satisfied with them. Smile

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