Is it possible to scan a 35 mm black-and-white negative (yes, I know it can be done) then use Printshop Elements 11 to virtually develop, enhance, and print to photo paper? I've a boxload of negatives that are begging to be scanned, catalogued and managed. But what good does it do me if I cannot print them? Any advice or point toward a source would be greatly appreciated.
I purchased a stand-alone 35mm film to digital converter for this task. I have Wolverine F2D. With this you scan to a camera card, then upload to your computer. It works well. If you check at Amazon, there are available several units from which to select.
An alternative is to have a commercial lab do the scanning. Here is one such company:
Thank you very much. I used to have a flatbed scanner that had a mask like that but thought it only worked on slides. I’ll see if I cannot find software to allow me to do this with my current flatbed.