You won't get any feeling for 'the quality and richness of details and tones' from a negative, what you want is a print; a print made from a good negative by an experienced printer. Producing such a print takes time, resources, and effort.
Originally Posted by arcimboldo
Oh yes, here's a negative - LF photographers are a contentious bunch.
Edit - Your posts will be taken more seriously if you bother to capitalise what should be capitalised.
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