dr5 CHROME Relocates To Denver

dr5 CHROME LAB, profiled in a recent Shutterbug issue, will make its permanent home in Denver Colorado as of August 5, 2005. After many successful years as an independent facility in both New York City and Los Angeles proprietor David Wood has decided to make the mid-west the final location for his unique photo lab. "We're relocating for our customers' sake, said Wood, inventor of the dr5 black and white reversal process which produces transparencies from over thirty black and white film types. "We want to continue providing outstanding services without having to raise prices. The economy in Denver will allow us to do that."

The multi-faceted business will be located in an historic brick building built in 1890 located on the corner of 6th Avenue and Galapago Street. The facility will be home to not only the unique dr5 process, but also, custom black & white negative processing and proofing, as well as, a new addition for David and Kathi Wood: the dr5 Gallery, which will offer FREE gallery space for photographers who want to showcase their work. Other opportunities for the space will include scheduled seminars and workshops. For more information visit the dr5 CHROME website at www.dr5.com.