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I've been bringing my color film to a local lab. They do the C41 in-house, and send off E-6. Not really sure where that goes. I've never used a lab for B&W though. I always do that myself.
Try Dwayne's Photo. Their prices are very reasonable, and they seem to really care about what they're doing.

Good to know, i'll check out Dwaynes.
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Haha, there are plenty of RB and RZ shots online that are FAR better than what I'm capable of. I'll hunt a few down that a friend of mine took with his, he's very good.
Central is great for C41 and E6, their dev/scan combo for C41 is like a 2-day lead time -- really good compared to other Chicago labs. I use Quality Plus Photo in Worth for my B+W, as they will do any kind of developing you specify and they are supremely courteous. Their scans are also quite good, albeit low-res (they will do excellent high res scans that you can pay an arm and a leg for, though).
I don't remember IIT having a lab, although that would be a good question for one of the architecture students there. At least I assume IIT if it's a tech uni.
edit: foothead, you can browse some of this stuff, it's pretty easy to tell what's out of the RB. http://www.flickr.com/photos/vglielmi/

Sub, that RB, drool.gif Now lets see some shots.tongue.gif

Thanks for the suggestions on developing places too.

As for my school, actually i go to school at University of Missouri Science & Technology, formerly UM Rolla. So i'm actually gonna be in Missouri. I am just home right now for winter break.

So either i could send it out to a place, like Dwaynes, or i could ship it home and have my parents go to a local place, or i could just hold on to whatever i shoot until i come home on breaks. And actually speaking of that, if i shoot a roll and am not gonna develop it for a while, should i toss it in a fridge, like unexposed film, to keep it longer?
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Fridge for short term, freezer for long term.


I just developed a bunch of sheet film from the trip. It's drying right now, but this Delta 100 looks super clean. It pushed will too. I accidentally left my meter at ISO 400 for a few shots.
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For what it's worth, I don't bother putting film in the fridge or freezer after being exposed unless it's out of date. It's one of those things some people like to do, and some don't.
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I'm going to buy a T1i by the end of this week. Should I get a refurbished one for $480 or a new one for $514 plus shipping?
    
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Refurb T2i if you can afford it, check the Canon Loyalty Program sticky in this forum.
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So I'm looking over negatives, and this $72 Symmar-S just totally amazes me. I've never seen anything so sharp. It beats both my super Angulons, as well as any 645 or 35mm lens I've ever tried. Definitely recommended if anyone here still uses 4x5.
 
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Refurb T2i if you can afford it, check the Canon Loyalty Program sticky in this forum.

I'm not really into videoing and the external mic doesn't justify the extra cost to me.
    
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Refurb T2i if you can afford it, check the Canon Loyalty Program sticky in this forum.

I'm not really into videoing and the external mic doesn't justify the extra cost to me.

The sensor is worth it.

Edit: maybe a refurb 50D is in your cards. Check it out.
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Ya, I've shot Kodak Gold a fair bit; no complaints, but then again, i haven't shot much else color. But since i have to go the the Chicago Calumet, i figured i could pick up some other stuff to try out.
How's the Delta 3200, in terms of grain and clarity? Think it would be much different than Kodak Tmax 3200?

Don't know yet. First roll of it that I've shot. I'm just getting back into film myself so I'm doing my own experimenting.
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You guys are making me want to get an RB, but the Pentax 67 looks so much easier to use.
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