I'm mostly a film-and-paper photographer: I take pictures, process the film and then make prints in the darkroom. The end-product of what I do is very definitely a bit of paper.
But I'd like to be able to show representations of these prints digitally (ie on the internet...). I'd be interested in knowing what the best way to do this is, and also how it's done professionally.
There are three obvious approaches:
The first of these is both hard and unappealing: it requires me to do a lot of work I'm not very interested in to reproduce what I already do in the darkroom, and also may or may not do a good job of representing what the print actually looks like.
The second I can do, and it should be reasonably easy. Keeping the prints flat is the hard bit, but I can mat them if need be.
I can't currently do the third, but I could buy a flatbed scanner if it's clearly the best approach.
I'd be interested in knowing two things.