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  1. Marlaina Read
    Marlaina Read at · Reply

    Hi hi, just a note – Vanbar in Camperdown do not do processing on site. They can however assist you to send your negatives to the Melbourne store (additional postage cost and turnaround time). Foto Riesel also process negatives.

  2. Marlaina Read
    Marlaina Read at · Reply

    Not a problem. I am very keen to get into large format – at the moment I have my Bessa 6×7 rangefinder, which is a beauty, but would love to move on to larger, esp with a refurbed older camera.

    Do you have any resource information in regards to wet plate or alternative processes for large format?

    The Analogue laboratory in Adelaide has recently expanded too, with darkrooms, a focus on analogue and experimental processes. they also run tutorials. http://www.analoguelab.com.au. They also have a list on their site for pro labs, suppliers and processing in Adelaide (quite a strong scene). http://www.analoguelab.com.au/analogue-in-adelaide/

  3. David Tatnall
    David Tatnall at · Reply

    Alastair,
    It’s worth contacting Enrico at http://www.thinknegative.com.au for wet plate workshops in Sydney.
    cheers,
    David Tatnall.

  4. David Tatnall
    David Tatnall at · Reply

    Alastair, here’s a link to his blog about wet plate:

    http://thinknegativenews.wordpress.com/2013/04/14/portrait-session-8×10-wet-plate-collodion/

    cheers,
    David Tatnall.

  5. Gary Sauer-Thompson
    Gary Sauer-Thompson at · Reply

    Nothing for Adelaide Alastair?
    Atkins Technicolour
    http://www.atkins.com.au

  6. blanco negro
    blanco negro at · Reply

    Hi Alastair, any chance you can list Blanco Negro for film hand processing? Cheers

  7. blanco negro
    blanco negro at · Reply

    Champion, cheers Alastair. It all helps

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