Re: P.O.P. Toning

From: Jeff Sumner ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 12/11/04-01:44:03 PM Z
Message-id: <02E4B33F-4BAD-11D9-BC33-000A957DE356@mindspring.com>

My last experiment with Selenium left me wondering if I had cleared the
POP enough, as they all turned, at least, rather dark, and some went
all the way black.

Of course those toned before I cleared showed metallic silver...

JD
On Dec 11, 2004, at 2:02 PM, Dennis Moser wrote:

> I have, in the distant past, selenium toned POP prints, using a very
> strong (1:4) solution and was satisfied with the result. My early
> attempts to use gold chloride left me wondering what all the fuss was
> about, but that could easily have been operator error.
>
> Jumping back into this after a long interruption, I am about to do
> some more POP prints (Thank you, Chicago albumen Works!) and was
> wondering if anyone has combined the two toners (not necessarily
> literally, but as two steps in the overall process) successfully...
>
> Dennis Moser
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Received on Sat Dec 11 13:44:19 2004

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