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    Quote Originally Posted by gamincurieux View Post
    So, in that first session I mixed up 2.2 liters at 1+10 and actually only toned approx ten 30x40cm prints @ 4 mins each - that's not much toning really, is it? The solution was then poured into a concertina'd container for storage... given that I only did about ten prints, the solution in the bottle is probably still good to go for a few more prints yet at 4 mins, would you think? Will it be good to go right out of the bottle like that after a month or two, or three? Maybe I should just put in 100mls of concentrate to get it up to speed.... ? I mean, I don't want to put too much in..... when is too much?!
    Your toner is good for many more prints. When you get around to toning again, filter the solution through a coffee filter in a funnel before using to remove any possible precipitate.

    If you are seeing a change in the image due to toning, and I assume you are, then that is your guide to toner exhaustion. When toning times get too long, simply add 25-30ml of concentrate to your toning solution to replenish.

    Best,

    Doremus

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    Thank you Doremus

    Quote Originally Posted by Doremus Scudder View Post
    Your toner is good for many more prints. When you get around to toning again, filter the solution through a coffee filter in a funnel before using to remove any possible precipitate.

    If you are seeing a change in the image due to toning, and I assume you are, then that is your guide to toner exhaustion. When toning times get too long, simply add 25-30ml of concentrate to your toning solution to replenish.

    Best,

    Doremus

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    Quote Originally Posted by pentaxuser View Post
    Nice effect, Adrian, with selenium toner. My favourite out of the three

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    Thanks I think I overdid the gold toning somewhat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Thoms View Post
    I thought Ilford Art 300 was coated with MGWT emulsion.

    Roger
    Roger, I may well be mistaken. It would explain the robust colour obtained with the gold toner. Ilford MGIV RC does practically nothing in gold toner even after 20 minutes.

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