I just processed some c41 images taken with my Horizont panorama camera. I not set up in my darkroom to make color prints so I have to scan If I want to put any of them in the gallery. I have 2 ways to scan them, with my Canon flatbed scanner with is not very good with making sharp scans of small negatives, or using my dedicated Minolta film scanner which make much better 35mm scans, but will only let me scan "one" fame at a time. With the Minolta scanner I scan both halves of the "same" negative a reassemble them with a simple stitch program. I was wondering if this digital reassembly of a "one frame, one shot" negative would be considered acceptable for posting in gallery. If use the Canon scanner I have to "unsharp mask" the hell out of the them just to make the look like the true sharpness in the negative. With the Minolta film scanner I don't have to do any sharpening, which seems to me less of a digital manipulation than using a simple stitch program to get to 2 halves of one negative back together. Anyway I was looking for opinions on how people feel about this. Thanks James.