Hello. I've read many many threads regarding methods for scanning film, and it seems that the least hit to my wallet may well be through photographing my negatives with my dslr. I did try and search for this specific topic, but could not find anything, please point me in the right direction if I have missed something. To my mind, this could be as simple as placing the desired negative on a light table, getting the camera set up to properly capture the negative and boom, done. how much effect would ANR glass have in this operation (used to keep the negative nice and flat on the light box)? I'll be using a Canon 6d. The hit to my wallet will be in acquiring a macro lens. I have a lot of medium format negatives of my own creation, as well as a bunch of old family ones. My ultimate goal is to do as much capture and editing as I can at home, and then print at a local facility that has a lot of nice equipment available (and yes, pay per print). My light box is one of the older porta-trace 16x18 models with the 4 5k bulbs. I have a tripod that has a reversible center column. Am I making this seem too simple? Any help and/or advice is appreciated.