After shooting b&w film for years and developing and printing in my home darkroom, I've been shooting digital since my son was born. I'm a single mother and getting into the darkroom is currently not an option. I'm progressing slowly in the digital work too, due to time constraints, but I'm happy to be shooting, and as he grows older I'll have more time. I'm looking for suggestions on the best way to print my b&w film negatives and digital images, and also need some information on learning Photoshop b&w conversion. I love the texture and depth of traditional fiber based prints. For digital: I'm a beginner with Photoshop, and am looking for some good tutorials on b&w conversion in PS. Also, what are the best options for printing (see also next question)? For film: I have a number of good negatives I'm interested in printing, that I didn't get to before my son arrived. Does it make sense (given time constraints) to have the negatives scanned, work them in PS, then send them out to be printed? I understand there are traditional printing methods available for digital negatives - where can I find a primer on how that works? Any suggestions on quality labs? Thanks in advance for your help!