Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
I realise that the way an image is printed is important, but is this not a secondary skill to capture?
The ultimate goal is the final print, after all, we don't frame negatives. However, I'm one who believes firmly that the capture, which also should should include the subsequent development of the negative, IMO, is the most critical and important part of the process. And, when done smartly, makes the printing of the negative the most fun and rewarding part of the process.