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Thread: Avoiding purple tones with selenium...

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    Re: Avoiding purple tones with selenium...

    I actually like the very slight purplish tone change that I get with Multigrade FB Classic. I tone at 1:10 for 6 minutes. If I remember from reading Fred Picker's book, he, too, liked the "cool purple" look of a selenium-toned print.

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    Re: Avoiding purple tones with selenium...

    For those of you that don't like purple - Ilford MGFB Warmtone has a richer red-brown tone in Selenium when fully toned.
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