Selenium Toning Silver Gelatin B&W Prints – A Visual Comparison

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Selenium Toning Silver Gelatin B&W Prints - A Visual Comparison

Tim Layton

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  1. That beautiful tone is dependent on what kind of fixer and paper you use too. A hardening fixer is tough to tone adequately and papers will respond differently.

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