Owners of UK B&W Photo mag Sep 2007 help

Discussion in 'Photographic Aesthetics and Composition' started by Gary Holliday, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. Gary Holliday

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    Rather a strange request, but anyone who owns a copy of UK Black & White photography Sep 2007 edition 76, turn to the last page...5 things I can't live without.

    Andrew Sanderson's print of his family, I really love the tones he has used to create this print. I have a similar negative and was wondering which toners and processes created this look?

    Sepia/ gold?

    Any clues would be greatly appreciated!

    Cheers
     
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    I found the email address on his websiite, but it also implied that he may not answer.
     
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    Mr Sanderson's usual brew is Sepia/Selenium split tomne if I remember correctly
     
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    To give you a clue I thought the image had a blueish tone in the dark areas, wasn't plummy.

    I'm not sure how cold tone papers react to the various toners mentioned.