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    B&W bigger than 20X24 Silver Geletan?

    I may have a job to have a B&W 4x5 negative print larger than 20X24. Does anyone have a recommendation for a service/lab that can do larger sizes? Preferably in New England. I have contacted Digital Silver Imaging, a good company to work with, and their equipment is limited to 20X24. In a perfect world the preference would be to end up with silver gelatin prints
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    Re: B&W bigger than 20X24 Silver Geletan?

    How big?

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    Re: B&W bigger than 20X24 Silver Geletan?

    I would like to follow the 4X5 aspect ratio of the negative and product an image that 30-40 inches width by ??? length. I need to determine what size can be produced at what cost then quote the client.
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    Re: B&W bigger than 20X24 Silver Geletan?

    Quote Originally Posted by ki6mf View Post
    I may have a job to have a B&W 4x5 negative print larger than 20X24. Does anyone have a recommendation for a service/lab that can do larger sizes? Preferably in New England. I have contacted Digital Silver Imaging, a good company to work with, and their equipment is limited to 20X24. In a perfect world the preference would be to end up with silver gelatin prints
    Talk to Bob Carnie at Elevator Digital in Toronto. They are set up to do very large silver gelatin printing, and digital printing as well.

    http://elevatordigital.ca/

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    Re: B&W bigger than 20X24 Silver Geletan?

    You might inquire at Palm Press in Concord:

    http://www.palmpress.com/services/index.html

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    Re: B&W bigger than 20X24 Silver Geletan?

    If you're still looking, see if Bernard Hoffmann in NYC is still in business.

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    Re: B&W bigger than 20X24 Silver Geletan?

    Check Adox and Fomaspeed in the Freestyle catalog. They are listed as available in 42" rolls.

    A good lab should be able to obtain these materials and work with you.
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    Re: B&W bigger than 20X24 Silver Geletan?

    Kentmere Fineprint is also being offered in roll sizes.

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