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    Default Where is the best place i can print B/W digital pictures?

    as above, don't wish to send to those normal neighbourhood mini lab to print, cos i want quality B/W printing. so where can i go and how is the charges like? 4R in size and a white border around it.

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    ColourLab at Adelphi does b/w manually. Also, can send to 35mm (Bukit Timah) or FotoHub (Raffles Place).

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    Default where is 35mm?

    Where is 35mm?

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    Default Re: where is 35mm?

    Originally posted by tagclieg2
    Where is 35mm?

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    2nd Ave Junction, before Sixth Ave

    You can submit online at fotohub.com and select self-collect at 35mm lab.

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    Default how much online?

    How much online? fotohub.com? collect at 35mm lab?

    What you mean har?

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    Originally posted by orion
    ColourLab at Adelphi does b/w manually. Also, can send to 35mm (Bukit Timah) or FotoHub (Raffles Place).
    manually? from a digital file? really? hmmm can try try...

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    Originally posted by Larry
    manually? from a digital file? really? hmmm can try try...




    Of course when I say "manually" it means from a b/w negs.

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    Default duh!!

    duh... haha... of course from black and white. digital black and white cannot make it types...: (

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    I sent B&W digital files to fotohub and the results were pretty good. Colour Lab too. At least no visible colour cast.

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    Default how about rgb

    How are the prints at RGB Color?

    In terms of cost for development of B&W:

    1. RGB
    2. Fotohub
    3. Color Lab

    Any difference?
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    how much do they charge at fotohub for digital b/w prints as well as negs....

    wad about at colourlab?

    thankz alot

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    ya need the price of the various labs...

    1. RGB
    2. Fotohub
    3. Color Lab
    4. 35mm

    and they don't have any surcharge for changing the brightness/contrast and such right?

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    Default ColorLab's B/W price

    For 135 film, it is S$5 for D/P and each 4R glossy/matte print is S$0.45 (if I deiciphered their writing on my envelope correctly.)

    You can buy the CN type film which is more expensive, but the D/P fee and printing is cheaper as it can be printed as the usual colour film.

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    eh...juz a little unsure bout the 135 film..the size of the format..??

    if it is...how much for the standard 35mm neg film cost for development?

    wad is D/P and CN type film?

    sorrie ah...ask too many questions ...hope u can help...thankz!

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    135 film is meant for 35mm camera.

    D/p = developing and processing

    CN film is meant for the usual colour porcessing by the shops. Otherwise, the shop have to process the film manually and separately from the rest of the colour films, hence, d/p is more expensive.

    Hope that helps.

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    eh...u mean 135 ISO...still very confused by tt...haha...

    another thing CN film also has b/w? or are u toking bout another thing...this is really paiseh ....
    hahaha

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    Yes. There are b/w film that can be processed at normal photo labs without the need for special treatment. This CN b/w are more expensive, but their d/p cost is cheaper as it does not need any special attention: can just send to the usual machine and be printed in the usual manner.

    "True" silver halide b/w cannot be processed in those machine.

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    hey thankz..

    which type of b/w film neg would u recommand...currently looking for one..

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    I dont do a lot of b/w photos. But I have tried mainly Kodak T-max. Go to Cathay Photo which sell the medium format camera in Peninsula. There are MANY different kinds of slide, b/w and color negs for different format.

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