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    The only way I have done that was to put the negs all in the double-glass 10x8 neg carrier and then do a normal projection print on to the paper. This was a surprisingly common request when I worked in a darkroom professionally. Alternatively, scan a 10x8 contact sheet and send it off to a digital printer ? But the quality would probably suck doing that of course. Best to do it the 'right' way.

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    First, tell the client how much it'll cost them , and see if they still need it.

    If they do, make high-quality 4x5 or 5x7 prints of all the negatives, tape them down squarely, in order, to a big enough piece of poster board (black), and light them evenly, photograph them with Delta 100 in the largest format you can print, and make a 16x20 print of the resulting negative.
    This lets you dodge and burn individual frames.

    When I had clients that wanted both prints and slides, I shot color neg, made 8x10's and photographed them with 100 ISO chrome film. Ta-Da! slides and film.

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