Aw common Ron , don't take your bats away we just got started.

Could you please explain technically how Potassium Bromide will change the grain structure therefore causing the post flash tones to go a different colour.. I would give it a go but I am just a lowly printer and do not want to talk scientific nonsense.

PE is right if you use the same dev for both baths there will not be a tone change and I only use two baths to inflict silver clumping radicalization tone effects. (post development, fix and wash) using bleach sepia , gold and selenium components to tone the print.

Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post

If you use the same developer for pre and post flash, then the image tone is the same. If you use 2 developers, the image tone is different depending on what developer you use. Now, for a beginner, it is best to start simple, but for an advanced user, then more complex methods is useful.

If you wish to leave your conversation, please let me know as this is otherwise a waste of my time.