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Lith print on Fomatone MG Classic Glossy, toned in selenium and gold This print is made on Fomatone 131 Glossy from an Ilford Delta 100 negative developed in PMK developer.
Lith print on Adox Nuance Grade 3 paper, selenium and gold toned. A print made from a 120 film negative exposed in an old Koroll camera; HP5 developed in Rodinal.
Fotospeed lith paper, LD-20 developer, untoned This is a print made whilst attending the Tim Rudman Lith Workshop in Ealing this week.
Kentona paper, 2nd-pass lith development. The so-called Brontë Bridge is near Haworth, Yorkshire and was, by all accounts, a place often frequented by the Brontë Sisters. Read more about them here.
Print on Kentona(?) paper, 2nd-pass lith development. Original print on – I believe – untoned Kentona paper in D-163 developer, then fully bleached in ferricyanide and redeveloped in Ansco 70 lith developer. The curious split-toning that has resulted was an … Continue reading
Print on Ilford Multigrade Warmtone Fibre, 2nd-pass lith development. Original print processed conventionally on Ilford Warmtone Multigrade FB, selenium toned, then bleached in ferricyanide and redeveloped in Ansco 70 lith developer. Ilford Warmtone is a paper that does not lith … Continue reading
Lith print on Foma Nature 532. From an old 120 negative that had a processing fault resulting in a mottled bubble effect over the lower half. It never worked as a normal print because of this, but the lith process … Continue reading
Lith print on Fomatone MG Classic paper. Lith print made from a 120 film negative, printed on Fomatone 131 Glossy and developed in LD-20.
Lith print on Fomatone MG Classic, developed in a soup of LD-20 and Ansco 70. A different viewpoint on the church shown in this post.