Local Color Dodging, what filters to use ?
Let's say I print a portrait and skin tone is good, however there seem to be a magenta cast in the hair. I am being told that this is not all that uncommon, and local dodging is required. Are Color Compensating Filters (CC) used for this under the lens. ? as opposed to use CP filters or Dichroic Head (which is the two things I have). if so, should I buy MAGENTA, YELLOW and CYAN, / RED, BLUE and GREEN or all of them.
any additional recommendations to improve these situations.
PS: I have Beseler CII-XL dichroic and another condenser head (with drawer). I print with Kodak RA-4 room temp. just in case this information is needed. The paper that gave me this issue was Fuji Crystal Type PIII which I happen to like the look of it.