Thank you Nige for the kind words. Controlling the degree of sepia and selenium toning with different papers is an ongoing goal of mine. A parallel goal is learning to decide which type of print is better toned with a colour shift and which is better as a straight b&w. Mixing my own bleaches and toners plus using step wedges has helped a lot. On the horizon is experimenting with copper sulfate bleach and gold toning (separate issues). That's part of what I like about analog photography: it's much more than take the picture, develop the film, make the print.

I can't wait to see what's in my package