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Looking for a trustworthy professional E6 lab in the UK


photoworks 15 317 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2011 12:20PM
I was wondering if you guys would know a good professional E6 processing lab to send my slides films.

I don't mean the small mom and pop shop that do the occasional E6 processing or the so-called professional lab out there.

I am looking for the real deal : a consistent and trustworthy professional lab that I can trust to send my films to (mostly 35 mm but also 4x5 inch E6 film).

I have been recently let down my a so-called professional lab in scotland too many times so would appreciate if you guys know a good place in either Leeds, Manchester or maybe london.

Any information would be much helpful.

thanks in advance.

Smile

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User_Removed 14 17.9k 8 Norway
9 Aug 2011 1:26PM
AlanTW 15 353
9 Aug 2011 1:27PM
photoworks 15 317 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2011 1:41PM
Thanks. I assume it is a professional lab ?
User_Removed 14 17.9k 8 Norway
9 Aug 2011 1:42PM
Have you looked at the links??
mikehit 8 8.0k 13 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2011 1:50PM
Pete Plus
17 18.8k 97 England
9 Aug 2011 1:50PM

Quote:Thanks. I assume it is a professional lab ?

I used to use them when I did film processing and used to go to their lab. They went under the name Propix and Peak Processing was the mail order version. They are a full genuine 100% pro service, and not as you say a one man business offering a processing service.
justin c 14 5.0k 36 England
9 Aug 2011 2:30PM
I don't know what their current situation is regarding E6 processing, but I always used to use Peak Imaging or Metro Colour Lab and was always happy with either company.
JJGEE 13 7.2k 18 England
9 Aug 2011 2:32PM
When I stopped doing my own developing and had some issues with my "local" labs I used Peak Imaging for a couple of years ....... The only downside I was used to one hour turnaround ( myself ) or two hours from local labs... but then again a couple of days wait was not too critical.

Also, I will probably be using them for any printing having tried out several "online" labs but Peak were the easiest to use, best quality and quickest.
Andysnapper 10 109 25 England
10 Aug 2011 10:30AM
I've been using Club 35 for a few months now and they have been very impressive.

Andy
thefizz 14 353
11 Aug 2011 1:34PM
http://www.photech.co.uk/
Camairish 12 1.4k Scotland
15 Oct 2011 11:56PM
Used Peak Imaging for years with no problems - still use them for any slide film I shoot with no complaints.

Ian.
6 Nov 2011 4:58PM
ProAm in Bradford offer 1 hour turnaround plus they do A3 printing at remarkable low costs with very high quality printing. I used to use them for processing 120/220 film they charged 2.50 foe just processing only. Well worth a look at their Website
pentaxpete 13 641 1 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2011 9:46AM
PR Photography --- I went to ProAm web-site and they do NOT do E6 --they have to send it out and the bloke said it would cost 20 to 30 !!! ( Cheaper to buy a kit and do it yourself ! - so don't know where you got that 2-50 a roll for E6 from !!! SadSadSad
macroman 15 15.3k England
15 Nov 2011 9:14PM
I've used 'The Darkroom' for 35mm slides in the past, prices were reasonable.

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