I've been thinking about getting into alternative process work for quite some time. I have quite a few negs that I'd like to print, but they are all optimized for silver-based printing. So, given that I've had a few days free lately (finals week here, so little for me to do) I decided to scan some stuff. Being that I'm at RIT, I just sat down at a computer and did 1600 DPI scans of a pile of negs (and some transparencies to have printed).
Now, my question is as follows:
Most of the info I can find online, such as the articles online at Bostick & Sullivan's site, are horribly out of date. Those articles are from 1997. Technology has changed so much since then - I'm already decided on doing the negs printed on an inkjet, though these articles are from the time when imagesetters and film recorders still reigned.
Can anyone recommend a good soruce of up-to-date information on digital negative making, specifically with inkjet printers?