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Photo labs in Sacramento, CA??

Jennifer Leon , Jul 17, 2005; 01:20 p.m.

Hi there... Anyone have a favorite or one that they recommend? I have always used Costco to develop my film in the past of family and such but Photographed a wedding last night and would like to use a better lab.. precious cargo.. :) I have been pleased with Costco but I know that there are some great labs that would produce quality prints for me...

I used Fuji NPH400 if that makes a difference by labs...

Thanks Jenn

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John Shriver , Jul 17, 2005; 04:24 p.m.

Presuming that there was a professional wedding photographer there, you should have asked him or her.

A&I (in Los Angeles) is a mail order lab with a very sound reputation on a national scale.

Bill Tuthill , Jul 17, 2005; 08:50 p.m.

The Agfa Dealer Locator (Händlersuche) indicates there is probably a d-Lab at CWNet Inc. at 901 Howe Ave. If you've been using Costco that will be a big step up. Fuji Frontier labs would also be an improvement, and can be found at Longs Drugs among other locations.

J Leonardo Smith , Jul 20, 2005; 01:29 p.m.

You can try Photo Source on Elvas Ave, across the tracks from CSUS. Their phone number is 916.454.5499 and they have a web page at www.photosource.biz .

Leo Smith
Fairfield, CA

Carl Schultz , Aug 29, 2005; 05:28 p.m.

Dear Jenn,

There are a lot of commercial labs in town. Check the yellows under Photofinishing. Here is one I would recommend for your needs: Terry's Filmworks (916) 483-1677 7310 Fulton Ave Sacramento, CA 95825

Matthew O'Kane , Dec 24, 2008; 01:14 a.m.

There is also Cali Color Photo Lab they have been in business for ever and will take extra care of you. Their phone number is (916) 923-5505

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