Hello, I'm not sure if this is the right sub-forum to use for this question but hope it is. Over the last few years I've got into 35mm B&W reversal processing and am gradually refining and improving my technique. The reason I initially chose this method is because I was desperate to develop my own photos but don't have a darkroom or access to one currently. I also love projected slides, so I was delighted to find that it was possible to create your own with only a changing bag and developing tank. My question is: is there any analogue printing/print-making method possible from slides that does not require a proper darkroom and enlarger? Because of the small size of 35mm slides I'd want the process to involve some magnification rather than being a form of contact printing. I don't mind how close or otherwise to the original the print is i.e. I'm completely open to the result being an 'interpretation' of the original rather than just a copy.