Hello everyone, this is my first post here. I am a long time digital (I know, bad word around these parts ) photographer, but I have been wanting to move to film for a while now. I recently picked up an RB67 medium format camera and am in the process of setting up a small darkroom. My question pertains to this, to share my photos online and to make them available for prints, I'm going to need to either scan my negative with a dedicated scanner, or enlarge the negatives photographically and scan them with a regular scanner. I am at a crossroads as I have yet to even personally develop my first roll of film (just got the supplies in today) and learning to use the enlarger to photographically "print" photos seems like it might be a steep learning curve. I am wondering if it would be better to buy a negative scanner first, so I can use my photos right away, or buy an enlarger first and learn the process. One other question I have is, which would give a better "digital" quality, a scanned negative, or a scanned enlargement? The only reason I ask this is for selling my prints online via my website. I'm sorry for the long winded, and probably hard to understand post. I am just excited to finally get into film photography.