First off, I'd like to say, that the actual photograph looked really nice until I scanned it in at 72 DPI, now it looks flat, the shadow detail disappeared, the highlights look blown out, and the subjucts somehow started to look unhappy, particularly the man. It might serve me right, for having a 40 dollar scanner/fax machine/printer/copier, but I've got no idea how I'll ever enter an online contest if my prints look horrible once I put them in.. That said, the print itself looks nice in real life. The neg's on tri-x souped in D-76, the print is on Kentmere souped in whatever developer the school uses. What I do need is crop advise before mounting it, and giving one to the subjects. I need to get to that quick, as they have been married for 49 years, 3 days as of the picture taking, and I don't expect them to live much longer.....so I better get them the print before they croak. Would anyone like to show me what they think the overmatted print should show?