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Originally Posted by Saturnine_Zero
Yes, there are a lot of members and subscribers here who feel exactly the same way. Creating with your own two hands such that you truly own the work can be far more fulfilling than letting some anonymous software engineers do it for you. And that's coming from someone who has practiced software engineering for the last 27+ years...
Best of luck here. And remember the cliché, "the only silly question is the question not asked." Lots of people around here who are anxious to help. The depth of knowledge is truly astounding. I continue to be amazed.
Thanks, I might find some (non)silly questions to ask about sourcing enlargers soon enough.
Hi and welcome from just down the road in Melbourne.
hi and welcome !
congratulations on processing your film :)
if you want a low tech way to look at your negatives as a contact sheet
take your film in your negative holder/sleeve ( if you have them in one )
or one strip at a time ..
put the film on a sheet of paper under glass and leave it out in the sun for a few hours
you will magically have images on your paper ...
not sure if you have one of those light beam machines to duplicate images ,
you know like a copy machine / xerox machine but it connects to your computer ...
but you can stick the paper on that and stick them in your computer
( or take a snappy with your dcam )
good luck and don't forget to have fun !