From: Myron Ort (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Dec 30 2009 - 11:11:41 PST
I used FotoKem for several <100' rolls. After processing they spiced
several rolls together, precisely keeping track of sprocket holes, to
make frame consistent print, they didn't trim off anything to speak
of as per my instructions.
I needed to make sure they understood that the film would be coming
to them on daylight spools, which made all the difference.
On Dec 30, 2009, at 6:12 AM, Robert Houllahan wrote:
> On Dec 30, 2009, at 2:21 AM, Joe Gill wrote:
>> Due to the short length, I am worried we would lose 2-3 feet from
>> the head of the roll after discussions with Fotokem... Any ideas
>> for places to develop or should I look into home developing it ?
> I do not see why 2-3 feet need to be cut the tape splices used to
> go into the processor are only 1-2 inches long I think big
> commercial labs cut off more because if the average commercial
> producer sees a speck of dust they have an aneurism. Either try to
> ask fotokem nicely to not cut so much or send it to a smaller lab
> which can cater to experimental film more easily.
> Robert Houllahan
> Film Maker/Lab owner
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