FRK planning to take 35mm photos, where can i have 'adult' pics developed?

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  1. 01000101

    01000101 New Member

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    Im planning on taking some pictures with my 35mm SLR but they won't be ones that Albertsons or Walgreens will want scrolling through their machine for the world to see. What other alternatives are there? It's important that it's reliable, there'll be no way for me to retake them.

    I thought that if I had to, I could use the digital camera and print them at one of those do-it-yourself kiosks, but only as a last resort.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Antigeek

    Antigeek Who Dat!

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    Try a camera shop.
     
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    I think Wolf Camera will do them for you but call around and ask....they will let you know if they will print them or not.
     
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    Most places will print them for you without a hassle. Pictures are pictures to them. Course there is always the off chance that they will make copies if they are good...
     
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    Natas O&A Party Rock

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    This is what I've heard, and also heard that the only stuff they won't print is illegal stuff.
     
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    correct. i talked to the photolab at target one day ( i work there) and they said that they have to develope every picture unless it contains illegal actions. if there is pictures of adults nude, they have to develop it...if the person who is developing the pictures if offended, they have to get someone else to develop them :)


    basicly.......dont worry:naughty:
     
  7. *Love Spell*

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    Maybe in the future you'd consider buying a digital camera, & a digital photo printer to go with it also. That way, you can develop your own pictures without worrying about prying eyes.
     
  8. UpStateGS

    UpStateGS Fresh like I just stepped out of the dryer.

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    Hit up a local camera shop and ask them, they are usually fine with it.

    I had a few rolls destroyed when I was in college by Walmart due to the content of the photos. Regardless that it was an advanced photogrpahy class with nude models and I just needed print made they reserve the right to destroy them.
     
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    Killa B Abuse This!

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    Walgreens Developed all my Mardi Gras Pics no questions asked :dunno:
     
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    My friend used to work at a 1hr. photo place and said she couldn't print pics where the people are touching themselves or any insertion pic. So pretty much 'artsy' nudes were the only thing she could do.
     
  11. pukees

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    As long as they are just nudes, they have to print them. Even if there is any inapropriate porno going on, they still will print them, but will make copies of them and report them to the proper authorities.
     
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    Im not sure I would go as far as to call them pornographic, but they won't be just 'artsy nudes' under a conservative definition.

    pukees, what? why would they do that? it's not like it'll be pics of me banging a goat or anything..
     
  13. pukees

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    It's walgreens rules. I used to run the one hour photo department. We don't have to report them, I never did. I only would have, had they been kiddie porn or something sick like that.
     
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    just do it at those online places..
     
  15. Smoked

    Smoked $5.50? Man fuck the avatar...how about you just sh

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    Digital cameras are cheaper than explanations.
     
  16. Acesn8s

    Acesn8s The Deadman's Hand

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    My father is a manager at a photo lab. He says they'll print anything, but if they think laws are being broken they'll call the police. He has in the past, usually if they have a question about the age of anyone in the pictures. Then the police take over.
     
  17. 01000101

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    i dont want to send it off somewhere, want somewhere local

    we're both past the age of consent, so no worries there
     
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    Wal-mart photocenter will do it, just not in the 1hr photo area. They gotta send those type off. No clue why really, they wouldn't give an explanation.
     
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    im just worried that ill get some prude who will 'lose' them. i guess my best bet is to find a camera place with a privacy policy and a code of ethics
     
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    Acesn8s The Deadman's Hand

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    Good to a local (or not so local :mamoru: ), non-chain, photoshop. This way you run a better chance of not getting a 17-year old who's going to make copies and take them into school to show his/her buddies.
     
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    :rofl: good point. only im allowed to see her naked. :naughty: damn kids. :squint:
     
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    Acesn8s The Deadman's Hand

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    :)

    Here's a thought. Check the yellowpages for photolabs in your area. Call them and ask to speak with the owners. Tell them you have some erotic pictures you'd like developed and ask them what their procedures are for handling sensitive pictures.

    This way you get some anonymity and can pick the store that best satifies your concerns. :cool:
     
  23. 01000101

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    great idea Acesn8s

    thanks all for your help :cool:
     
  24. m3m750

    m3m750 Kickin' it old school

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    I had a friend that worked at a Wolf's camera. He said they kept a scrap book of all the good ones.
     
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    most places will print it. don't do walmart, they are assholes there, as you've already heard. its part of their photoprocessing policy.

    and it is true that they won't print them and they will turn you in to the authorities if its something like beastiality or kiddie porn, or a snuff film or something.
     
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