There are many images that call out to be in blue but it seems I need to expose at N-2 to get a normal looking Cyanotype. The stuff it just too contrasty. Sometimes that is good and many images get very snappy with it but I was wondering if there was an easy way to reduce the contrast of a cyanotype. I have seen some artists cyanotypes that appear very low in contrast. Are they doing it with the development of the film? I typically develop for AZO/ Amidol and hope it will make a good Kalitype. TRI-X at ASA200 in PyrocatHD for 14 minutes in a tray - 70F and 5sec agitation every 30 sec. - I believe that gives me a little extra contrast (N+1?) to go with the greater denisty for alt processes.