How did Edward Weston wash his prints? From what I read he made many prints in a good session. I know he had a little light bulb under his developer tray to keep it warm, but I am guessing he used a simple tray method involving elbow grease to wash prints. I am wondering how well it would work to simply shuffle prints continuously through a tray of water, and dump for fresh water after an interval. Would this work well? At what interval would you dump the tray to add fresh water? How many changes of water might be suggested? If you know of an effective tray washing routine, yours or an oldtimer's, I would enjoy hearing about it.