From: Alex Stockwell (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Aug 19 2009 - 18:11:16 PDT
I'll third colorlab in maryland. I participated in one of those make a
movie in 72 hours projects way back when, and our team decided to shoot
on film (crazy idea, yes). We shot all night and then drove the film up
to color lab the next morning, they processed, timed, & telecined
several hundred feet of film for us on short notice, and we drove it
back that afternoon to edit.
they are rock stars in my book.
ev petrol wrote:
> colorlab are brilliant all right, only good things to say about them!
> & their colour timing is bang on the money
> --- On *Tue, 8/18/09, natasha mendonca /<email suppressed>/* wrote:
> From: natasha mendonca <email suppressed>
> Subject: film processing in NYC
> To: email suppressed
> Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2009, 8:13 AM
> I was wondering about which is a good lab to process 16mm Kodak
> color neg, BW reversal and color reversal in NYC. Any help with
> info would be appreciated.
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