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Good Lab in Hong Kong

C YU , Aug 27, 1999; 09:45 p.m.

A quick one. Know any good labs in Hong Kong. Basically shooting 35mm Reala.

Thanks

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kk cheung , Aug 27, 1999; 10:56 p.m.

I have good experience with Hong Kong Colors. Located inside Lippo Centre, above Admiralty subway station. It's a minlab. The owner/operator is a photographer, so you can easily communicate your needs to him. For Enlargements, East Asia located at the intersection of Wellington Street and Lynhurst Street in Central. For Convenience, Fotomax (A chain operations) is OK. You get refund for the prints you don't like, within 7 days. They use Kodak Royal paper. I had Reala and NPH processed by them, and quite satisfied.

Hoyin Lee , Aug 28, 1999; 02:00 a.m.

This is a professional lab I use, which is also recommended by many pros;

John Leung Studios Ltd, Upper Ground Floor, Block B. Kwong Sang Hong Building, 6 Heard Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong; tel: (852) 2573 0730; fax: (852) 2575 7666.

Ken Lam , Aug 28, 1999; 12:46 p.m.

The Fuji Shop at Sogo.

David Chua , Aug 28, 1999; 10:19 p.m.

How about Robert Lam at Kowloon?It seems like a professional lab.My experience with them is good.

ah Ming ah Ming , Aug 29, 1999; 07:44 a.m.

if you feel that all the famous lad is expensive, you can try ColorRemix which is used by many famous photographer in Hong Kong, they do the best job on direct print and E6-processing, and I have used them for my graphic house for nearly 10 years, and they are very friendly.

address: 1D , Siu Funf Bldg, 9-17 Tin Lok Lane, WanChai.

Damond Lam , Aug 31, 2001; 04:45 a.m.

Good Lab in Hong Kong Update!

Last input on this subject was two years ago. A update is needed!

Do you know any good labs in Hong Kong for negatives? I use Fuji Superia, Reala and NPH.

I use Color Six in Stanley Street for E6 which is very good. Any other recommendation in Kowloon area?

Daan Habets , Sep 05, 2002; 05:23 a.m.

I have also been looking for a good photo lab in HK as I will be traveling there to finish a piece. The photo is quitte large (125x300cm). Because of this I have been looking for a lab that does aluminum backing. Does anyone know of a lab that does this in HK? I was also advised not to use plexiglass covering because of the humidity in HK. Can anyone tell me more about this? Thanks!

Lee Patrick , Sep 05, 2002; 10:47 a.m.

I'd recommend East Asia....to my mind it outperforms other professional labs including Color Six. There're 2 labs...better go to the one located in Central: Central Branch G/F, 76 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong Tel : 2525 9169 Fax : 2869 1697 For details, pls go to: http://www.eastasialab.com.hk/

craig trim , Oct 19, 2002; 03:56 a.m.

I also second the above post for East Asia Color. Took some Fuji Astia and Provia there, and they did a good job with it.


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