I know a lot of you make digital negatives for various alternative print processes. The last time I made digital negatives was about four years ago, and things have likely gotten better since then. I made digital negatives for palladium and platinum prints and it was exceptionally difficult to make good negatives then. I had loads of flat prints with awful tonal ranges and the ratio for reject prints was astronomical.
At any rate, I assume that it is easier to make high quality digital negatives now. What process do you use and what media do you print on to make your negatives? Do you follow an established method or have you come up with your own solutions? Any current books, articles or websites to recommend for making digital negatives?
Thank you in advance,