I live in Grants Pass, Oregon, a small community of about 30,000 souls nestled in the Rogue Valley and surrounded by mountains. We've changed quite a bit over the years, with the timber and lumber industries fading out and being replaced by service style industries. The population has also grown quite a bit over the past ten years, but mainly with retired people from California moving here to die. In the midst of this lies the Economic Development Coordinator that works for the city. (Full disclosure: I also work for the city.) He's got an idea of making up some calenders to plug the city as a place for new businesses and industries to locate. Since I've mentioned that I like to do photography, naturally he asked me to do the shots for the calender. :er: I know I'll have to be ordering film and all that stuff for this. I shoot 35mm, medium format, and 4x5. What's the SOP for getting images to a publisher? I'm not sure that I'll be wild about letting my slides or negatives out of my sight, but I also don't have the capabilities to turn these into high-quality scans. What do you guys do?