3 weeks and $16.

Discussion in 'Film Forum' started by Connahhh, Aug 5, 2008.

  1. Connahhh

    Connahhh

    Oct 27, 2007
    NH
    I got these back after 3 weeks. The local lab ended up sending it out because they forgot to tell me they couldn't process E-6. So $8 processing only for 3 weeks of waiting and an $8 roll of film. They lost my business.

    Anyway, for a $16 roll of film I could be happier. But whatever. I just put some 160vc in the mail for a fuji lab. Should be way cheaper.

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    Velvia has really awful skin tones. Haha.

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  2. Chris101

    Chris101

    Feb 2, 2005
    Arizona
    Totally! It's made the guy in #3 look like he's got his feet stuck behind his head. Cool pix Connor, sorry that you had to wait so long. I've got 2 rolls of B&W in the wash, and the 20 minutes, then an hour drying is gonna make me XTREMELY AGRO!
     
  3. Connahhh

    Connahhh

    Oct 27, 2007
    NH
    Haha nice one Chris.

    I know what you. Mean about drying! By the time I am hanging mine up I want to be scanning!

    Ah, how I love black and white.
     
  4. Chris101

    Chris101

    Feb 2, 2005
    Arizona
    They're hanging now, with "only" 40 minutes to go!

    I like the yellow forms in that last one in your set.
     
  5. Pianisimo

    Pianisimo Guest

    It cost me $20 to develop one roll of 120 b&w film. I'm never having someone else develop it again, believe me. I'm with you there.

    Awesome photos though. I love the last one.
     
  6. Connahhh

    Connahhh

    Oct 27, 2007
    NH
    Thanks. I went in and asked them the price of 120 black and white and I was suprised at $5. $20 must have been really bad.