Re: My first Lith Print

From: Robert Krawiec ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 08/27/04-03:01:30 PM Z
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Very nice, Loris!

As for toning, depends on what paper you used. I like
to tone my lith prints in selenium 1:5. Some papers
will give you a nice split (e.g. Foma) whereas others
will tone to either a rich chocolate brown or reddish

I've been trying for a long time to get the elusive
gold/selenium split and have come close with Forte
polywarmtone...a very nice effect but pretty tough to
pull off, for me anyway.

Rob K.

--- Loris Medici <> wrote:

> I printed "a friend's photo" today (from a defective
> negative which shows
> some interesting marks... I think these marks /
> blemishes add something to
> the photo).
> See it @
> This is on Forte Fortezo DW FB paper. Unfortunately
> I don't know the
> formulation of the developer I use, it's something
> no-name / home-mode which
> I purchased from a very small local photo supplies
> store. What do you think?
> Did I managed to produce that "lithy" look? Actually
> I happen to like what I
> got... But I really would like to hear your thoughts
> and suggestions -
> especially suggestions about toning lith prints...
> TIA,
> Loris.

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