I am borrowing an EOS Elan II 35mm camera, and loving it. I'm 12 shots through my first roll of film (black and white!) and have a few questions. Scanning - I'd like to get these shots on the computer to share with friends/family. I have an old HP flatbed scanner, nothing fancy. That will work fine with scanning 4x6's low quality for web, but it will be slow. What options do I have for scanning photos or negatives fast? Developing - The 2 places for developing in town are Walmart and Walgreens. Walgreens will develop a 24exp roll for 1.99 one-hour. That's probably what I'll do for the simple snapshots, but for the more artsy attempts I've been taking with my first roll, I'd like some higher quality prints. Where would you get yours developed? Negatives - Assuming the same roll of film...would the negatives I get from Walgreens differ from the negatives from a specialty shop? (I already feel like this should go in the Stupid Questions Forum) I assume that the negatives just come from the roll, and aren't really altered by the developer....again, clueless. Enlargements - Let's say I see a 4x6 that I want made into a 16x20. Do I just take the negative to the specialty developer? Do I mail it in somewhere? How do I edit that negative and decide where to crop it? With digital, I am able to tweak the image before getting a large print...can it be tweaked somehow when the negative is taken to the developer? Any input on any of these items would be greatly appreciated! I'm loving the first roll. I've had the camera in my hands for hours upon hours, and have barely taken any pictures. I just want to make sure everything is right before I blow it, and it is making me try much harder for good composition and good lighting. Just shooting with this camera (not even seeing pictures) is making me a better photographer already. I can't wait to show you all the results.