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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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