Quote Originally Posted by JG Motamedi
Hey Kevin, funny meeting you here....

David, it is hard for me to tell on screen, how does the tonality differ from a regular gold chloride print? I note that the Chicago Albumen Works (POP manufacturers) has a selenium toning formula on their website, but I have never tried it.

As an aside, Blake at http://mostlymetals.com has good prices for Gold Chloride, about $22 per gram with a minimum order of 5 gram. He is also an good guy who makes Uranotypes...

jason
Jason,
Thanks for the lead on less-expensive gold chloride. It's been a while since I toned my prints in gold. Like everybody else, I have been deterred by the cost. Plus the fact that the toner itself is very short-lived, and demands that the printing workstream be built around optimizing the use of the gold toner.