My main paper is RC B&W paper, usually glossy. I wish there was a good way to retouch it. It seems like there is this gap where you can draw, or you can photograph, but like there's no way for me to put pencil/chalk/etc. to the print and that's really frustrating. I have a print right now where a bright white house in the distance is poking out from behind the model. I tried to hide the house behind the model but viewfinder parallax got me and now there is this small white blob sticking out from her shoulder. It seems too hard to burn it out without leaving a black halo and it would be a simple matter to just color it down with a pencil or something but pencils don't work on photo paper. I have some of these dry retouching colors: http://www.freestylephoto.biz/73400...ck-and-White-Spotting-Student-Kit?cat_id=2504 but I have only ever used them to spot out tiny spots. It doesn't seem to work well to tone down even areas, because it leaves brush marks. Maybe if I got the print wet and applied some kind of dye to the emulsion?