On 17-Jul-2003, "Jinkyu Yang" <jingyosstanford.edu> wrote:
I assume from your URL that you are in the SF Bay area. The best labs, in my> I am planning to go to Alaska next month to get some decent nature photos
> with a film camera body and velvia 50 slide films.
> I have some experience with developing and printing BW negative films, but
> it would be my first time to shoot with slide films.
> Before I actually go and shoot, I just wonder where I can develop slides
> films and how I can scan or print those slides in a cheap rate.
> I don't want to lose the films in a local store, so can anyone recommend
> a good professional store to develope those slides films?
> How much do they charge in general for a roll of film, and how much for
> scanning and printing a slide?
> If there exists any local professional developing store in the San
> bay area, please recommend one for me.
> I apologize for bothering you with a bunch of trival questions, but I
> appreciate your advice in advance. :)
> Have a great day!
opinion, are Calypso Imaging ([url]www.calypsoinc.com[/url]) in Santa Clara and NewLab
in San Francisco. Both are excellent.
Calypso has a price break for non-commercial photographer of $5.20/roll
mounted. Scanning and printing is another issue, you should look at their
web site or call them.