Okay, so I'll try to say this succinctly. I've never really owned a digital camera, so most of my work is 35mm and 120 rarely. I do my own darkroom work and it's how i prefer it. I wanted to experiment with a digital camera, as i have the opportunity to purchase a nice little one, with a very interesting lens. I am wondering what you think of what i'm planning. I want to take 30 or so shots that i like of the digital photographs, and print them onto transparencies, like people do for digital negative contact prints. However, i want to print a contact sheet-like sheet of transparencies as 35mm sized negatives (like reversed and resized to 35mm) and cut them and print them in my 35mm enlarger. Why not digital prints? i hate them, sorry. I just wanted to see if it would work, as i have concerns about densities.. anyway, i just didn't want to waste this money if i can't do this, or even if i can do it, but to expect poor results. Anyway, anyone with some knowledge of this or even ideas, let me know. Thanks. This probably is impossible, as the resizing alone may be not possible, i know nothing about digital processes.