I've seen some pretty cool solargraphy images, and I know that people usually just take the paper from the camera and immediately scan it. How much are people manipulating the scan afterwards? Has anyone tried fixing their undeveloped paper negative, and then make a print from it using optical means, or does everyone just scan it, invert it, and play with the levels to get a pleasing image?
I've never done this before, and would like to try it in the near future. The suspense is killing me though.