How to view Black and White negatives.

Viewing black-and-white negatives before developing larger photo prints is a useful way of discarding unwanted images and selecting only the optimal shots.

To view black-and-white negatives, you will need a light box or a loupe, depending on how much detail you wish to see before development.

A light box is a flat, backlit surface, and a loupe is a type of hand-held magnifier that shows more detail and gives a better idea of what the negative will look like when printed as a larger photo.

Viewing photo negatives is a simple process that amateur photographers can undertake.

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