I'd like to start selenium toning for archival purposes, and have read previous posts and suggestions by Ansel Adams about it. Many mention a relatively long st ring of wet sequences I honestly do not currently picture myself having the pati ence for (until I get an archival print washer, perhaps.)
Personally, it's seems much more realistic to take a batch of "keepers" from pre viously processed prints, perhaps accumulated over the course of a day or two in the darkroom, and selenium tone them then (ie, after they have already received a hardening fixer treatment, hypo clearing, final wash, and are in the "dry" st ate).
Can anyone with experience selenium toning a dry, previously processed print ple ase tell me of your procedure? I appreciate it. Andre