I have a favorit scene I have been working on for several years - it is about 100miles
from here, so it is rare that the clouds, light etc are just right. I have a couple of 8x10 and 4x5 shots that are good, but they have some powerlines ruining the shot(dumb beginner mistakes).
Now the old buildings are being torn down, destroying the scene.
It occurs to me that photoshoping the powerlines out would be the way to salvage the scene, but I have not seen decent b/w prints that rival wet process (IMHO, anyway), so digital printing does not seem like an option.
Any experience with making a drum scan and then a digital negative for either enlarging or contact printing? There is a guy nearby who will do a drum scan of 8x10 or 4x5 reasonably, and I have a 10x10 enlarger.