Dodge-Chrome Processes Film

By // February 2, 2011 // Posted in Hardware, Photography

Despite the recent demise of Kodachrome, Dodge-Chrome (Washington, D.C., 240/247-1800, plans to continue servicing the dwindling photographic community that embraces film. Its wetlab services include the processing of 35mm, 120, 220, 4 x 5, 5 x 7 and 8 x 10 E-6, C-41 and black-and-white films using the finest computerized dip & dunk equipment. Dodge-Chrome also offers wet-lab-based machine proofs and contact sheets, slide and transparency dupes, and copy work.


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Jacqueline Tobin

Jacqueline Tobin

Jacqueline Tobin is the Editor-in-Chief of Rangefinder magazine and the author of Wedding Photography Unveiled: Inspiration and Insight From 20 Top Photographers (Amphoto Books, 2009); and The Luminous Portrait (Amphoto Books, 2012). The second-generation native New Yorker cherishes her Sunday mornings hunkered down with The New York Times, fresh bagels and a great cup of coffee.

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