PZelda (pzelda) wrote in thequestionclub,

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I'm at my dad's right now, cleaning. While I was dusting his big-ass entertainment center (it takes up an entire wall, no joke), a thought came to me. When my parents split up in the mid-90's, my dad got to keep this biiiiiiig-ass box that is full of pictures dating back to the 1970s. There is also this box that is in the picture box... This box in question is OVERFLOWING with negatives. I am thinking the negatives go back to the 1970s, but that the majority of it is from when my sibs and I were kids in the 1980s and early 1990s (so most of it is 35mm film).

I would like to possibly make a few picture reprints from these negatives. Being that there is literally thousands of negatives in this box, is there an easier way to look at them? Is there such a thing as a negative viewer that someone can buy to use at home, or am I totally shit out of luck?

I took a photography class all of last school year (2005-06), so I could always use the blackroom equipment to look at the negatives. But, I would really prefer not to, if at all possible.

Surely there are a number of photography people here that could help this gal out... I'd really like to look at these negatives and get reprints made...

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