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09-22-2016, 09:25 PM   #1
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Is there a good place to send out film for processing?

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I have had excellent service from

Homepage ยป thefindlab.com

Lots of options for developing film, scanning, and even PP if you need.
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Check out The Darkroom online
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Check out The Darkroom online
This is who I use for color.

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This is who I use for color.
Me too. Pricey, maybe, but they do a good job. Also, they offer decent scans via CD and online.
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Me too. Pricey, maybe, but they do a good job. Also, they offer decent scans via CD and online.
Do they return the negatives back to you?

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This is who I use for color.
Do you shoot with B&W? If so how do you process?
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Do they return the negatives back to you?

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Do you shoot with B&W? If so how do you process?
I develop my own B&W film and print up to 12"x16". ....I don't print as much as I used to, mostly scan. I might start developing color one of these days.

It is ridiculously easy to develop B&W at home....no need for a darkroom.
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thefindlab.com (FIND=Film Is Not Dead) has a local partnership with a local film store and if you drop it off at that store, will ship for free, 10% off their list price, and will ship it back for free in about a month. The local store ships once per week.

They can rush the developed negs or slides back to me sooner for a fee and scans are available via dropbox.

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In the UK I recomment The Darkroom UK or Park Imaging.

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Yes. They send you the negs, a CD with scans for each roll, and a postage-paid envelope to send in your next order. You pay return postage when you pay for the processing.
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Clark is still just about the cheapest place around. My wife uses them and quality is good (though sometimes her photos aren't).

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