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    nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    Hello

    any body has recommendation in terms of good labs in NYC that take good care of developing 4x5 color?

    thanks

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    Re: nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    hello
    I recommend lightside:
    http://www.lti-lightside.com
    good luck,
    andrew

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    Re: nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    heard they are good.
    thanks for the recommendation.

    what other labs do people go?

    Quote Originally Posted by eabartel View Post
    hello
    I recommend lightside:
    http://www.lti-lightside.com
    good luck,
    andrew

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    Re: nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    Any that are still in business.
    C41 or E6?

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    Re: nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    If you don't mind shipping to upstate NY I HIGHLY recommend Praus Lab., send all my 4x5 and 8x10 color there.

    http://www.4photolab.com

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    Re: nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    thx for the recommendation. pricy though.

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    Re: nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    Quote Originally Posted by yuexiachou29 View Post
    thx for the recommendation. pricy though.
    Who's pricey? For 4x5 color he's one of the cheapest I've found, he did have a price increase recently I think, but still, that's color sheet cost man.

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    Re: nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    yayy, compare to LTI-lightside, it's 25cents more for 4x5 dev.
    my college professor recommended miller's lab, it's even cheaper, like $1.5/sheet 4x5 color.

    I think I will give LTI a shot since I've seen a lot of fine art photographers use their service.
    thanks for your input, Stone.

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    Re: nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    Quote Originally Posted by yuexiachou29 View Post
    yayy, compare to LTI-lightside, it's 25cents more for 4x5 dev.
    my college professor recommended miller's lab, it's even cheaper, like $1.5/sheet 4x5 color.

    I think I will give LTI a shot since I've seen a lot of fine art photographers use their service.
    thanks for your input, Stone.
    Thanks, I looked millers up, they don't do 8x10 so it doesn't make sense, and Ya Praus WAS $2.50 for E-6 and $2.75 for C-41 but they recently went up, I suspect it's because he was kodak certified (still is for C-41) but kodak discontinued making E-6 so the fuji E-6 probably costs more or something.

    I won't switch now, but I like that LTI prices are all the same across the board per size. And can do 16x20!

    Let us now how it goes!

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    nyc lab for 4x5 develop

    I've always had good luck with CRC at 20 West 22nd St. I've had everything up to 5x7 color done there. They do 8x10.

    See: http://vistaimaginggroup.com/lab-services/

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