Quote Originally Posted by modafoto
I have been at the local lab to see how they do. The method is that they invert the colors of the scan (making a negative image) and project it on photo paper using a projector in the developing machine. Works pretty much like the normal analog method. Project the image onto the paper and develop the print afterwards.
What scan? Or do you mean invert the colours of the image? Is the negative a physical thing or something temporary inside the machine?

I'm somewhat amazed I've never heard of this. All the analogue/digital print discussions I've seen have been about digital prints made on ink jet printers vs analoge prints made the traditional way.

You forgot the crow recipe, but thanks for the prompt reply!