why is it you shoot paper negatives again ? why is it you shoot paper negatives again ? dangit! there was supposed to be a poll but my 30year old apple computer i guess is having troubles ... the poll said "why do you shoot paper negatives" convenience? fun? ease? speed? or some other reason ... me? i have a lot of paper and i have limited funds to spend on materials so i have learned to make due with the materials that i have. lots of different ways to "deal" with a paper negative ... traditionally by exposing it at whatever iso it is you expose it at and develop and fix it to get a negative, and then maybe to either electrify it (shhh! ) or make a contact print onto another piece of paper or a cyanotype or whatever ... or by a proto-traditional method called a retina print by making a super long exposure and either attempting to develop and fix it, or electrifying it ( shhh! ) to get an image that way. either way, paper is the way for me ( hand coating with emulsion too ) ... what about you?