I'm trying to get a certain effect and I have been struggling with it. I wonder if I can get some guidance. The image is a beach scene. What I want is a nice deep black in shadow and warm brown/yellow on highlight. I'd assume one way to approach this is to deeply selenium tone to cover the shadow and establish black, then use brown or sepia to get the highlight. My experience in selenium toning is limited to using highly dilute 1:40 toner for up to 5 minutes to increase DMAX and remove green tint. The paper I'm using is Ilford FB Warmtone. What dilution and time does it take this first toning to a point where shadows are completely toned and leave off just the highlight unaffected? I do not want the color to shift to red or purple. I need black or if any change, very slight. I'd also imagine, once black is established, I can tone the highlight in brown or sepia to taste - until it gets to light brown/yellow.