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I 've heard somewhere that Chrome toning exists and extremely well works with RC paper, but I couldn't find much information about this technique. Any pointers ?
-- Marc Leest (email@example.com), January 28, 2000
My understanding is that it is used primarily as a bleach and re- develop intensifier for negatives. I have not heard of a chromium based toner.
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 01, 2000.
Same here. I've also checked in some old books - no mention of toning with chromium. If you get any results, do let us know.
-- Alan Gibson (Alan.Gibson@technologist.com), February 01, 2000.
Try using Chromium Intensifer for Negatives (sold by the Formulary, on the web at: http://www.photoformulary.com). Although the product is intended for negatives, it also does wonderful things to prints. RC does not, in general, accept toners as well as fiber, but this stuff does work well with RC.
-- Standish Lawder, Denver Darkroom (email@example.com), February 10, 2000.
Standish, can you tell us briefly what happens to the print? I assume it goes darker, but what about the colours? Thanks.
-- Alan Gibson (Alan@snibgo.com), February 10, 2000.