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Ilford announce new selenium toner

Posted March 15, 2006 in Product News

Ilford Photo press release: Extending darkroom options on printing black-and-white images to further levels of artistry is a new selenium toner from ILFORD Photo. One of the major benefits of using silver photography, and processing prints in chemistry baths, is the degree of control which can be exerted on the finished product. This is never [...]

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Review and samples of Ilford’s new Harman Cool- and Warmtone print developers

Posted March 3, 2006 in Product News

Silverprint have done a quick review of Ilford‘s new Harman Cooltone and Warmtone B&W paper developers. According to Silverprint, "Having now had a chance to lab test the new Ilford Warmtone and Coldtone developers, we can state categorically they are the most effective specialised print developers ever placed on the market." Continue reading and see [...]

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Split toning info from Jonathan Bailey

Posted February 22, 2006 in Technique

Photographer Jonathan Bailey has written a two-part article on the split toning of prints. "…split-tones refer to both warm and cold tones simultaneously present in an image. Whereas conventional toning (sepia, for example) will render a print a uniform chocolate brown color, split-toning typically yields shades of reds and blues – occasionally even greens and [...]

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