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Online Film Processing

Victor Thomas , Jan 09, 2005; 10:40 p.m.

Does anyone have a recommendation for photo labs? I'd like to send in my 35mm film and receive either prints and a photo cd or access the images online. From my research it appears that Shutterfly.com seems to have the highest ratings. I live in Orlando, FL and wonder if it'd be better off going to a local pro lab and have them develop the film and provide hi-res scans.

Thanks!

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John Shaeffer , Jan 10, 2005; 03:44 a.m.

http://www.mpix.com/

Antonio Plaza , Jan 10, 2005; 04:37 p.m.

Phil V. , Jan 12, 2005; 09:35 p.m.

Hi Victor:

I don't know where Hollywood FL is in relation to Orlando, but I live in CA and send my negative color film to Dale Labs for processing.

http://www.dalelabs.com/

With the caveat that this is just my hobby, I find Dale does a good job, and what I like best is that they will make and return slides in addition to my color negatives! I find that to be a great convenience for viewing/scanning while still affording me the economy and exposure-latitude of negative film.

Hope that helps. ...Phil

Phil V. , Jan 12, 2005; 09:40 p.m.

Oh, I should have mentioned that Dale will also provide Photo CDs (and of course, prints) at your request , with or without slides... ;)

Owen James , Jan 20, 2005; 03:10 p.m.

www.abcphotolab.com

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