Asked by David de Verteuil — 20 Apr 2011 Answered
I have a lot of photographs taken as B&W negative or color transparencies.
I would like to keep as much definition and tone as I can.
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John Chambers said:
Hey there - If i were in your position I would reach out to Wolf Camera (Ritz) - they have an amazing negative processing system. Not to mention they have the contact to send it out if they can't do it in house. I hope this helps! Here's their link: http://www.wolfcamera.com/ Good luck!!
3 years, 5 months ago
Chris Wagner said:
But a nice negative scanner
2 years, 5 months ago
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