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Photo Labs in Ontario Canada

G. R. Gooderham , Jan 27, 2005; 09:59 a.m.

I live in northern Ontario and am looking for a good , dependable lab to process film ( 35mm, slide and color Neg.)and scan to cd. I want to print 8x10 at minimum so Resolution about 300. I figure a file size of about 15 mb should suffice. I have tried TCN and not yet happy with them. Has anyone had experience or suggestions . Thank you Gerrz

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Len Marriott , Jan 27, 2005; 11:30 a.m.

Silvano's a suggestion !

G.R., You might want to visit www.silvanoimaging.com. Silvano's is a pro lab in Toronto that I've used confidently for over 35 years. Geared for professionals or advance amatures using film or digital. Sorry, C-41 only, no E-6. Best, LM.

Frank Lemire , Jan 27, 2005; 01:01 p.m.

I use Toronto Image Works (www.torontoimageworks.com) - I'm local to them but I dont see why they wouldn't do things by mail order. They are a pro lab and does dip'n'dunk c41 processing and e6.

best of luck.

Gary Watson , Jan 27, 2005; 03:39 p.m.

Try Brown's in Mississauga, ON: 5035 Timberlea Blvd., Unit 4, L4W 2W9, 905 238-7731. Sparkling 3hr E6 work, tight push/pull-capable C41 line, careful b&w developing and printing. They also do quality scan/print output from their new Durst/Imacon line--scanning to disc is no problem.They've always delivered for me.Ask for Cindy or Pete.

Jay Sansalone , Dec 21, 2005; 04:58 p.m.

Well I'm a little biased because I work here but...Phoenix Professional Labs in Scarborough works really hard to make sure every photographer is happy with their jobs. The pricing is very reasonable and we turn over projects quickly.

Check us out.

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