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    lab to develop E6

    I need to send my 4x5 velvia rvp 50 film to a lab somewhere in the world. hopefully a country with good postal services. any suggestions?

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    In the US i use Samy's.

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    Give Rochelle Burch @ Datachrome a try. All she does is E-6 processing, and I've never had better service, faster turnaround, or cleaner processing than she provides . She happily accepts mail-order, and probably is even willing to take yours from Saudi Arabia

    tell her I sent you, she sees me about 2-3x/month or so

    here's her website, she has a downloadable order form on there for mail-order processing

    http://www.data-chrome.com/

    order form:

    http://www.data-chrome.com/PDF/Data-...Order_Form.pdf

    cheers,

    Dan

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    I hadn't heard of DataChrome.
    Makes me wish that E100G were still readily available.
    Thanks Dan!

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    Another option is North Coast Photo (Ken Rockwell's favorite).
    Mike → "Junior Liberatory Scientist"

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    Dodge Chrome www.dodgechrome.com in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA, just north of Washington DC.

    Excellent professional work. Top quality full-service lab.

    They process 4x5, 5x7, and 8x10 sheet film in E-6, C-41, and black&white

    - Leigh
    If you believe you can, or you believe you can't... you're right.

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    Edgar Praus does Excellent work: http://www.4photolab.com/
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    John Belthoff
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    http://www.customfilmworks.com/

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    Several Saudi photographers send their work to Edgar Praus at http://www.4photolab.com in Rochester, New York, USA. He is familiar with international customers, has clients worldwide.

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    thanks guys..
    I think i will try data-chrome this time. she runs a drum scanner. I will ask her for a scan to compare it with my results from howtek 4500. i think my scanner has a problem.

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    Re: lab to develop E6

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Petronio View Post
    Several Saudi photographers send their work to Edgar Praus at http://www.4photolab.com in Rochester, New York, USA. He is familiar with international customers, has clients worldwide.
    i am interested to know who still shoots film in Saudi Arabia. We can order stuff together. everybody i know switched when the last lab stopped serving. I now develop my own black and white but getting E6 chemicals is an issue.

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