I just picked up volume 6 edition 6 of Silvershotz magazine. I think it's a beautiful publication. In this edition, there's an article "Darkroom to Lightroom, exploring Ways of Mimicking Alternative Processes" by Ray Spence and Tony Worobiec. Excellent article. As you probably can guess, it's article on mimicking these processes digitally. There's a brief explaination on what the old process is then it goes on how to get the look using Photoshop and an inkjet printer. I just started doing cyanotypes and I'm not sure you could "mimic" the process. I think digital is too repeatable and is missing the element of chance. I don't have a problem using ink jet film to enlarge an image for alternative processes, however I'm ambivalent about imitating old photo processes. What are your opinion about this subject?