On 25-Sep-06, at 3:22 PM, Loris Medici wrote:
add me to the list... I absolutely didn't like the (yellowish) color
I got from Selenium toned (1:200) Vandykes. I prefer better the
unaltered color OR the color I get after gold/thiourea toning.
Sent: 25 Eylül 2006 Pazartesi 18:42
Subject: Re: Selenium-toning Van Dyke Brown prints
I've toned VDBs in Kodak's Selenium before, and I was actually quite
disappointed. I guess I
just prefer the untoned colors for my VDB prints.
On Mon, September 25, 2006 9:06 am, Jordan Wosnick wrote:
I would be interested in hearing from people who selenium-tone their
I was prepared to be disappointed when I tried it (based on Wynn
White's article on Unblinkingeye and posts on APUG) but was actually
quite pleased. I used a tiny amount of Kodak Rapid Selenium Toner
(literally a few drops in a tray of water) and toned after fixing. The
colour change began almost immediately and eliminated the somewhat
sickly reddish-brown of the VDB, pushing it much closer to a warm
Based on what I had read, I was expecting a huge amount of image
reduction, but I didn't see much at all.
Anyone else tone their VDBs in KRST?