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    send a roll of provia 100F to the photo developing center......
    they say they cannot get the flim out .....

    any places that i can develop ?
    preferably city area ?

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    If you are after actual prints from your slides, it normally requires the processed slides to be re-shot onto negative film before printing. However, with a dedicated negative/slide scanner, this can now be done digitally. You might want to find a digital priniting shop for this service.

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    juz wanna get the pics out to have a look ?

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    Sildes can easily be examined on a lightbox and a decent loupe. You might want to consider investing in these items if you plan to continue shooting slides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SzennyBoy
    If you are after actual prints from your slides, it normally requires the processed slides to be re-shot onto negative film before printing. However, with a dedicated negative/slide scanner, this can now be done digitally. You might want to find a digital priniting shop for this service.
    There is no need to re-shoot onto negative film, just print direct from the slide and colour would be better than negative film.
    AMPA * WPPI * J team

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevenWAYS
    send a roll of provia 100F to the photo developing center......
    they say they cannot get the flim out .....

    any places that i can develop ?
    preferably city area ?
    I got confused, you meant you have not developed the slide yet ?

    There is no reason why the developing center cannot take the film out ... what could had been happened ??
    AMPA * WPPI * J team

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    yah ..... ihave not developed the slide yet ......
    the shop says that they do not have the machine to develop the pics????
    and then asked me to ask ard other shops whether they develop slides

    Thanks,
    7ways

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    RGB Color at Beach Road.

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    RGB COLOR Service Center 
    
    103 Beach Road
    #01-01 Premier Centre
    Singapore 189704
    Tel:(65) 63346146
    Fax:(65) 63346147
    They offer same-day slide processing service at about $5 per roll. Discount for NUS students (show matric card).

    The slide developing process is known as the E-6 process. Normal colour negatives uses the C-41 process.

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