The problem print was bleached further than the others but not excessively. I will try more and see if its a once off. I'm pretty sure I didn't get any selenium in my sepia. With an 8x4 foot sink there's plenty of room for lots of trays
It doesn't matter how far you bleach back. The active toner will re-develop 95% of the tones that were there to begin with, and you said it was #2 in a sequence of four prints being toned. That doesn't make sense.
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