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Photo developing in the valley

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Photo developing in the valley

Postby archive » Sun Jan 21, 2007 4:49 pm

Author: suzanne
Date: 06-04-04 21:17

Doies anyone know if there is one-hour developing available somewhere in the valley? (35mm)

also has anyone seen a digital picture developer somewhere - I would like to make my own cards from my shoots around the park while im there.

thanks


Re: Photo developing in the valley
Author: Peter Lawrence
Date: 06-11-04 03:11

There is NO photo processing inside Yosemite National Park. Ansel Adams Gallery offers a 3 day turnaround (to a lab in Oakhurst, IIRC). The closest one hour photo labs are located in Mariposa (on Highway 140) or Groveland (on Highway 120); both about an hour drive from the Valley. There's also the photo lab in Oakhurst (about a 90 minute drive via Highway 41 from Yosemite Valley).

- Peter
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