From: robbie (email suppressed)
Date: Sat May 27 2006 - 14:51:55 PDT
ive switched to Movielab several years ago. never used
them for b/w, but normal processing of color neg,
workprinting and answer printing. they do good work
with easy access and friendly, which is also important
to me. ive had movielab do a few crossprocessing
projects with proper results and they accommodate my
special "odd" request. so, ive been quite pleased
with the quality, timing, and pricing.
i noticed DuArt is not on the list. are they still
around? used to use Duart for b/w.
--- 40 Frames <email suppressed> wrote:
> >>Rockville, MD
> >>.10 process (push/pull no extra charge)
> >>.18 one/best
> This place is still a mystery to me...anyone done
> work there? The cheapest
> prices I've seen and no apparent hidden costs
> (cleaning, leadering,
> cans/labels, etc.).
> I do a good amount of pull process in black and
> white and so many labs
> charge extra for this service, so its nice to see a
> lab that does not
> charge extra for this service. But I've not heard
> anything about the
> quality of work...no surprise really...as I'm over
> here on the west coast.
> 40 FRAMES
> Alain LeTourneau
> Pamela Minty
> 425 SE 3rd, #400
> Portland, OR 97214
> United States
> +1 503 231 6548
> Skype ID: frames40
> email suppressed
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
> <email suppressed>.
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