Today I finally brought out some prints destined for bleaching. From small enhancements of the eyes to totally change the tonality of the picture. My doughter and I went crazy over the bath tub with different ways of having fun with ferri while her younger brother had his afternoon nap.
I posted two examples of what we did in the gallery:
Anyway Potassium Ferricyanide seems to be really handy. But it is not that convenient to do the whole fixing, washing and drying stage afterwards.
I read somewhare, probably in one of Tim Rudmans books, that it could be used at the fixer stage in the darkroom. I don't have any running water in the darkroom, so I don't have running water there to wash the bleach away. Can I use it anyway or would a couple of drops contaminate the fixer so other prints will be bleached by it?