Phew, it's been a while since I was last here. Ya...kind of a pity.
Anyways, I'm sort of running on a deadline...erm...within two days. It's that time of the year - the end of a college semester - and things are hectics, procrastinating college students are making up their work like crazy (com'on, you know you are/were on of them :p).
Now, for those of you who know, black and white stuff are not as convenient as colors (at least that the impression I get from asking - oh I don't know, a doze or two photo places). I need to find a photography lab in the Manhattan area that can and is willing to process/develop my black and white films within an hour...or two (and it's definitely not color processed black and white film). I know from experience doing this in my school's lab that it can be done within an hour. I go into the dark room, load up my canister of films in the dark = 5 - 10 minutes; then the whole film developing prolly takes about 30 - 40 mintes. So...okay, maybe it's not percisely an hour, if we consider that things are not always percise like math; maybe an hour thirty minutes tops (over that then you're just obviously taking your "sweet" damn time). Somehow, just none of the labs are able to or willing to do it within an hour or plus thirty minutes; I mean, they won't even charge you a lot to do it; they just are too lazy to do, peroid.
So...I guess there is always a possibility that I'm not resourceful enough and may simply not know about any sweet place that'll do it (after all, all I got is the internet to look up). Hence, I'm just wondering if there is a chance that someone else might have that much more information than I do.
Hey, after all, they say it never hurts to ask right?
Thanks in advance for anyone's help
Edit: Well...that one hour calculation actually cuts out the time for the negatives to dry, so I guess it was a miscalculation. Make it an hour thirty minutes instead? Unless you happen to know one with real good dryer.
Edit 2: Oh and if you want to ask "If you can do it in your school's lab then why don't you just do it there?" Well, tomorrow is actually the last couple of days of the semester, so I'm not sure if they'll open - not until I go there tomorrow morning and ask them. There is a really fat chance that they won't