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.

This is on Adox Nuance paper, Grade 3, and is the first reasonable result I’ve had on that brand. The print was developed in LD-20, 1+19, for 10 minutes and produced a light brown/gingery tone. It was then toned in selenium 1+19 for 1 minute and then in gold toner for several minutes.

The image colours produced are apparent (bluish greys in the highlights and brown shadows) but there appears a certain patchiness in the colour. This could just be because of the distribution of tones in the print, or maybe insufficient agitation.

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