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    Re: How do I get a warmer tone when developing BW film?

    Quote Originally Posted by xkaes View Post
    And don't go down the bleach & redevelop road. It's not necessary.
    Tim Rudman, who's book is often quoted, uses a Sepia + bleach/redevelopment in Thiourea process for his Iceland photos. He also likes Lith printing which is a far more complicated process.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=em4LxWxy_Is. - around 7:00 minute mark
    Adventure is worthwhile in itself. ... Never interrupt someone doing what you said couldn't be done. -- Amelia Earhart
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    Re: How do I get a warmer tone when developing BW film?

    Seeing this theme for warm tone, You could look to certian developers form the agfa bovira papers.The developers had a modified chemical profile to make the them papers warmer in tone.
    I think the tones where due to -sulfite to -carbonate ratio just an idea ???
    I have some notes on this BUT !!! I do not know for bw film neg to pos. ???

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    Re: How do I get a warmer tone when developing BW film?

    Seeing this theme for warm tone, You could look to certian developers form the agfa bovira papers.The developers had a modified chemical profile to make the them papers warmer in tone.
    I think the tones where due to -sulfite to -carbonate ratio just an idea ???
    I have some notes on this BUT !!! I do not know for bw film neg to pos. ???

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    Re: How do I get a warmer tone when developing BW film?

    Did anyone compare the Adox and Kodak selenium toners? Whats the difference, for film in particular?

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