To all my printer friends , here is a little nugget I just discovered. Ilford Warmtone is by and far my favorite paper. But I have never liked the paper toned with sepia. I am working on a body of work for a show in Louisville and for the wicked skin tones, glowing silver I use IWT in Dectol 1 - 1:5 Split prints , choosing the first filter that gives glowing skin and then blast the 5. So here is what I discovered for myself. scratch sepia toner. Part A - potassium ferri and potassium bromide 32 grams each plus 14 litres of water. Part B - sodium sulfide and 8 litres of water. now the trick. 5 seconds in part A and then get the stuff off by washing**just enough time to get the bleach on the silver then off** 10 seconds in Part b and then into the washer. give it a try wonderful skin , beautiful blacks and slight warmth in the highlights. Oh I am in Heaven.