JDM von Weinberg , Nov 22, 2008; 05:22 p.m.
If you are shooting color, you are limited to someplace with the equipment to handle 120 or 220 film. I have a local camera store that sells and services a college photography program. I've never had to face up to printing, since I digitize directly from the negatives using a Canon 9950F -- I am told this, or the slightly cheaper model down, is what most of the "film" students use these days. At the least, find out where Wolf sends it and do it yourself.
If you shoot B&W, it's actually harder. There's little alternative to buying your own tanks, a changing bag, and doing your own film development. No one wants to mess with it commercially any more, at least here in my area.