Ummm... so you're not comfortable with shooting a roll of film, but you're asking about alternative processes?
Look- just get a roll of any film- here is a cheap color one:
Blow through 10 frames, then spend another $5 plus shipping to send it here:
When you get your negatives in the mail, scan them and you're set- you can print as if it were digital.
In terms of developing your own, it does take a little bit of play, and someone to show you all the pitfalls. When you get comfortable with the media, then I would consider getting into basic developing- D76,...Show more →
"Ummm... so you're not comfortable with shooting a roll of film, but you're asking about alternative processes?"
Yes, you see, here is where the idea kind of made sense to me, in a madman kind of fashion! Since, I fear the film, and, I have already used one 5 frame roll, that I may have already literally blown, whether by over exposure, underexposure, or just no exposure period, then, why not just save a few film dollars developing elsewhere, and, well, just jump head first to a shallow jean pool!? I do apologize for coming off as a dimwitted oaf, that fears his own shadow, and abilities, its just that, I would hate to waste this marvelous film Kodak made just because I can't instantly see the picture as I was trained and spolied rotten, shooting DSLR's! I am an easily confused, and low tolerant directions follower, just ask my wife!
Thanks for the pointers, I really do appreciate them, and, I hope to soon put them to use, and when I do, rest assured, that I will gladly give everyone here greatly earned, thanks, from the pit of my sou! Thank you greatly, for your time, pointers, and ability to withstand my oddities! Sincerely, Americo.rodriguez!