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    The tone could be modified with some polysulfide toner even in combination with selenium. Better permanence too
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    Mark Layne
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Layne View Post
    The tone could be modified with some polysulfide toner even in combination with selenium. Better permanence too
    Mark
    True, but only if you can stand the dreadful smell

    I couldn't

    Martin

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    If you try the Harman selenium you'll find it tones browner than krst...EC

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    Bleaching the print lightly before selenium can give more colour. The selenium wont redevelop like thiorea does so it may pay to print a little darker to compensate for the bleaching. I have used the bleach which comes with a sepia kit but very diluted at least quarter strength.

    Tony

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