[QUOTE=jon;3354]No, you can not enlarge these. All digital negative processes are contact processes. The best practitioners of this medium will only vacuum contact emulsion side (ink side) to film/plate/paper.
I do not know at this point, if your banding is because you are trying to enlarge a small section or banding in the actual film from a printer defect (such as a missing nozzle or a print head that is out of alignment). So I am unsure how to help you at this point.
Let me know if the banding is visible by eye in the film, or you see banding because you are enlarging. With the former I can advise you, with the latter it is not designed for that.
Hi Jon, the banding is visible by eye without needing to use a loupe or accentuation through enlargement. I would see the artefacts if I was to contact print these small negatives. I also made a larger negative for contact printing too and the problem is more evident at that size.