I have some color images that I want printed to black and white. I had some luck today at the darkroom with some of them, but I know that I won't be able to get others to work right. So I thought maybe I could use the scanned image I have, convert to b/w, convert to negative, then have printed on a transparency to use as a contact negative. Thoughts? I guess the resolution will be a big issue, and since I am not into digital, I honestly don't understand how it works. The image is grainy anyway, so I am not too concerned about that, and it would be ok even if it got a little grainier. The original scan I have is 623x510 pixels. I would like the final image to be about 8 x 7" or something like that, which seems to work around 72 resolution. ... or it just occurred to me, I could go for a higher resolution, say to make it fit in a 120 negative carrier, instead of contact. Is any of this going to work? I would appreciate any thoughts on this.