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This video explores the second half of photography's history and development from the technological advances in the late 1800s through the beginnings of digital photography at the end of the 20th...


Professional Film Developing

Anthony Waltz , Jan 27, 2005; 02:43 a.m.

I am just getting into wedding phototgraphy in new york city. does anyone have any suggustions where there is a good lab to develop the film? thanks in advance.

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Dan Schwartz , Jan 27, 2005; 10:30 a.m.

Duggal has an excellent all-around reputation. If you're also shooting digital, Adorama has excellent prices and pretty good quality for proof-sized (4x6 & 5x5) prints up to 8 inches from their Noritsu.

Also, one of the Pro labs I supply consulting for, Focus Photo Labs in Cherry Hill provides superb quality for both conventional and digital printing; plus they have a fully color calibrated Durst Epsilon which can provide prints up to 30x50 inches.

Cheers!
Dan Schwartz
Cherry Hill, NJ
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Lowell Huff , Jan 27, 2005; 07:03 p.m.

Precision Photo Lab, Mike, 212 302-2820

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