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where can i go in atlanta to have black/white film processed?

onike a wynn , Apr 28, 2001; 04:14 p.m.

i need to get a contact sheet,8x10 and 3x5 prints. dont want to go to 1hr labs.where can i go that is not too far from my neighborhood? i live in riverdale.

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Tom Meyer , Apr 29, 2001; 11:44 p.m.

I don't know where to go in Riverdale. In midtown Atlanta (west of 75/85), you'll find Strictly Black and White, and Russell Imaging (if they haven't moved yet). Showcase Photo and Video does a good job (East of 85 and Lenox Road at Chesire Bridge) and a little lab in Emory Village near Emory University hand processes in small tanks with T-max developer for a very good price. Good Luck... t

Bernard Schneider , Apr 30, 2001; 02:41 p.m.

I would recommend Russel Image Processing highly. I use them for my roll film processing. I'm guessing they're not close to you, but you can get there quite easily off of I75 (Howell Mill/Northside Drive exit and they have pretty good hours. Hope this helps.

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