Hello, not sure that this is quite the right place to be asking this, but I figured that most of the frequenters on the alt. process thread would know most about this. Well I'm watching the Sally Mann documentary, "what remains," and i see her coating her prints with a brownish glop. What is this? What is it's purpose? Is this how she often gets the warm yellowish tone to her prints (i can't quite figure out if it's from the glop, or toning, or is the glop a toner?) appreciate any insight on this! -Austin Also, later in the documentary, she uses a similar glop that is a deep blue, giving the image a bit of a cold tone. I'm not sure if it is the same thing with a different color or not, but if that helps with your identification of it.