New York Photo Lab Film Processing & Development, Studio Service Update

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New York, NY – Color Resource Center (212-807-2300) announces new updates to its film processing and film development services. The boutique photo lab can process 35mm, 120, 220, 4×5, 8×10, and 11×14 film.

With the recent update, the company can process all film rolls using a Refrema dip and dunk machine. Processing options can be made for B+W, C41, and E6 films, with all E6 films processed using standard procedures without a color dye applied afterward.

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Color Resource Center (CRC) has been serving New York since 1993 and says that its latest revisions help photographers bring their creative visions to life. In its effort to provide quality services in today’s ever-changing business landscape, the studio continues to adapt to new technologies and trends of the 21st century.

All film processing is done on state-of-the-art machines, which run with full battery backup to ensure that all deliverables are uninterrupted, even during power failures. Typically, a single project takes around four to five hours to complete for processing only during weekdays. This may, however, be extended depending on the volume of film and additional services, such as push or pull. CRC offers pushing and pulling from -2 to +2 for all films.

If printing and scanning are requested along with processing, orders may take 24 hours to complete if the request is made in person. Online orders may take around one to two days from when the studio receives the film. Orders are then shipped back either through FedEx, UPS, or USPS.

CRC is a full-service photo lab that offers an extensive array of services, from film processing to fine art prints. It prides itself on handling various types of film, including 35 mm, 120, 220, 4×5, and 8×10 negative and slides. It also specializes in commercial printing under the brand, Vista Imaging Group. Run by the same founders, Vista Imaging follows CRC’s philosophy of providing high-quality work at affordable prices.

Both companies are committed to the precise handling of negatives to produce an iconic work of art.

A spokesperson for the studio wrote, “Color Resource Center continues to adapt to the new technology and trends of the 21st century while exceeding customer’s expectations with a knowledgeable and efficient staff.”

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