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#1 CedarBranchNikon


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Posted 08 December 2020 - 07:52 PM

Long tome, no post. Anyone that can recommend a good film processing service? Got a friend with some negatives that want to have some prints made. 

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Posted 08 December 2020 - 11:14 PM

Photo & Video International .... https://www.photo.co...ilm-processing/  ... but the postage might make it uneconomical :rolleyes: :rolleyes:  althouygh they do post to the world.

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Posted 26 December 2020 - 11:52 PM

Pro Photo Connection in Irvine CA.

Digital: D610 backed up by a D1x.  Quoted from an unknown source by a fellow planeteer, "Never get rid of a working D1x." I've got to agree.

Film: N90s, F3, F100, F4s, C330s. A few lenses.

Why film photography? I like shooting with the equipment. 6x6 Velvia slides from a C330 have an appeal all their own.

Why automated 35mm/Digital cameras? Event photography is about capturing moments. It often requires quick response. Well done automaton can be your friend or your enemy. It all depends on knowing what it can and can't do. "A man's got to know his (camera's) limitations." paraphrasing Dirty Harry...

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