That's precisely what the various APUG group print exchange activities are all about. You make a real print using your own real hands using real light, real negatives, and real photographic paper. No fooling around with simulated computerized virtual abstractions of any of these ingredients.
Then you send it through the real postal mail to another real member who holds it up to the real light for the real experience of viewing it in person. Digitized images of these real prints are not real prints. Nor are transmitted webcam images of real prints. You have to be able to hold it in your hands.
See here: Member Organized Functions
Why not pick one out and give it a try?