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Category Archives: Split-toned
I had a print of this, published here previously, that was a bit dark. I thought I’d run it through the 2nd-Pass lith process, just out of interest. This is how I’d ended up printing the image originally (I left … Continue reading
I was never happy with the prints I made of this negative (detailed here) so thought I would take the worst of two, which was far too dark, and see if I could improve on it with some post-processing.
I had a request from a friend for a print of this image, which had never been printed previously. Rather than using a negative scan and inkjet, I made the print conventionally, printing the full negative area. This is a … Continue reading
Photographed on 8×10 Adox CHS100 sheet film, processed in Rodinal and printed on Fomatone paper, selenium toned. Contact print from an 8×10 negative on Adox CHS 100 negative processed in Rodinal 1+25 6mins 20°C, printed on Adox Nuance G2. Print … Continue reading
Split-toned lith print from film negative. I’m not completely happy with this one and feel it needs more attention. Fomatone MG Classic paper, developed in LD20 and toned in selenium.
This is from a series made in the 1980s of the area of Cambridge known as The Kite. A set of pictures from this 1980s project may be viewed on my main site – Weeping Ash.
Darwin’s Pots In Charles Darwin’s potting shed at his home in Downe, Kent. Lith print made from a large-format digital negative derived from a RAW digital file. Fomatone paper, split-toned in selenium.
St Peter-on-the-Wall, Bradwell Lith print made on Fomatone paper processed in Ansco 70 developer, toned with selenium followed by gold.