Sydney's Foto Reisel Expands Film Processing Services
Create photo lab team is part of Foto Reisel in Sydney. They will cater to professionals as well as enthusiasts.
Long-established photo supplier Foto Reisel is expanding its film processing and printing services with Create, a new photo lab service aimed at professional and enthusiast photographers.
Photographic supplier Foto Reisel says its new photo lab Create, in the Sydney CBD, is the only one in Australia with a Noritsu 3801 minilab with a scanning unit, film processing and a Canon 8300 large format printer. The lab is set up to offer fine-art printing for photographers, artists, galleries and students.
The operators say the combination of the scanner and high-definition laser printing system delivers detailed and vibrant prints at twice the resolution of other printers. Two new processors (C41 and B&W) allow the Create staff to develop, scan and print film up to 120 format in-house with rapid turnaround. The Noritsu 3801 can scan and print up to 12x36in prints at 640dpi while larger jobs are handled on the Canon 8300 wide-format printer.
'With such resurgence in print and film, we’re really excited to offer a full suite of services to photographers. The lab is a great step forward for both the professional market and enthusiasts,' said Foto Riesel’s Managing Director John Wallace.
Create's staff offer a wide range of services, from fine-art printing to film processing.
Three new DIY workstations at Create allow photographers to edit and upload images to workflow as well as scan their own film using Epson V700 scanners. Those that can’t come into the store will be able to upload from work or home via the website www.createcentre.com.au.
'Printing can be delivered overnight via courier service to Sydney metropolitan areas or we can deliver to just about anywhere in the world,' said Wallace. 'This means whether you’re shooting as a photojournalist in a remote part of the world or whether you're on holidays with your family, the highest quality prints will be available ready and waiting for you when you return – or delivered to your door.' Create has Ilford and Kodak film, as well as Sydney’s biggest range of Lomography cameras and film and Holga cameras.
As well as state of the art printing, Create has a full range of Ilford and Kodak film, Sydney's biggest range of Lomography cameras and film as well as Holga cameras. Create also caters for digital printers with an extensive range of Hannemuhle and Ilford paper along with Epson and Canon professional inks.
Wallace said traditional black and white darkroom paper and chemistry are also in good supply with a revival in sales in these products. Until Wednesday 31 October 2012 any orders put through Create kiosks in store or online will receive a 25% discount.
Create is located at 360 Kent Street, Sydney and is open Monday to Friday 9am-6pm (7pm on Thursdays), and 10am-4pm on Saturday.
More information: www.createcentre.com.au or call (02) 8234 4660.