We are proud
of our reputation as one of Australia's best professional colour
labs. We work hard to sustain that reputation through
painstaking attention to detail in our printing and maintaining
long-term personal relationships with our customers.
The staff at
Vanbar are passionate about quality. Our printing department has
decades of experience analysing colour and density in
photographs, and we back them up with quality
control inspections of every job before they goes out. Whether starting from film or a digital
file, colour or black and white, we strive to produce the finest
quality prints possible–prints that our photographers are proud
to present to their customers.
We also have
commitment to technology. In addition to our state-of-the-art
printers, Fuji Frontier and Fujimoto LED digital we also stand
behind our tradition Black and white develop and print services
and our E6 Dip and dunk film processor.
We process and
print almost all types of films. C41, E6 , B&W , 35mm roll film
and 4x5*, E6 infrared and many specialized Black and white
imaging is managed by our Fuji
Frontier Digital lab and in store Kiosks combined with a
Fujimoto 20" LED printer to give our customer the best results
in all print sizes up to 50 x100 cm.
After 25 years of processing and mounting slide films for our
customers around Australia we have become well know for
excellent quality and reliability. Our traditional dip and
dunk continues process allows for the quickest possible E6
process times and the flexibility of Push and Pull process of
35mm,roll film and 4x5 sheet films. The dip and dunk process has
through time proven to be far more reliable and enable film to
hang into the chemical tanks without any direct contact of
rollers. As E6 films are extremely soft and sensitive to damage
during processing it is important for us to use this dip and
dunk technology in preference to cheaper roller transport
machines which are susceptible to scratching films.
many labs around the country we still process C41 films. 35mm
and roll films are processing using Fuji Professional chemistry
in our automated film processor. These films can then be scanned
and digitized to suit any requirement.
Black and White.
This is a combination of tradition hand processing of B&W films
and printing on state of the art Digital printers. Our hand
processing lab service for Black and white means that we can
offer rapid service times combined with specialized film by film