When I had developed a roll of Fuji Neopan Acros 100, taken with the microclick-technique with my Holga, I felt a bit inspired to try something new in my darkroom.
I had some bleach chems I hadn’t used yet. So, after a regular development in Ilford Multigrade developer for black and white prints, I tried Moersch Bleach, redeveloped in Multigrade, bleached again and finally toned the print in Tetenal Goldtoner.
I must admit I had almost no clue what I was doing, because I did not take the proper time to read the whole chapter in Tim Rudman’s excellent book “The Toning Book”
But I’m quite happy with the result anyway. Just playing in the darkroom was great fun, gonna do it again! 😀
Such a great work of art Marie! Love the technique you used
Thanks a lot Grazie, I’m so glad you like it! 🙂
Thanks a lot! 🙂
A wonderfully haunting piece of work Marie that draws you in to look again and again. Hope you have an enjoyable weekend
Thank you very much James!
Sorry for late answer, but my weekend was very good and very busy.
I hope your weekend was good too!
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Wow! You should always ignore directions, with results this good! 🙂