Hello out there<br><br> I'm just wondering if processing a film at home is any better than have it processed in a lab nearby. What do you say?<br><br> I usually choose Fotofactory (Zurich, Switzerland) and they do a pretty good job - although I seldom brought them high-speed films. Because I used to develop the negatives on my own occasionally, I know that you can make very fine-grained copies from IS0 3200 film if you use special developers (for the development of the film). On the other hand, if you use the "wrong" developer, the copies come out grainy. <br><br>So, therefore my question: Are the labs using some "standard" developer for all of the b/w negs (from let's say ISO50 to ISO3200), are they taking care of the ISO Number and if you tell them you pushed the film, do they adapt their processing to the ISO number you pushed the film?<br><br> These are things I had to worry about when processing on my own but what do actually the labs do?<br> What is your experience?<br><br> Thanks in advance for your responses.