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Toning Bromide Prints

Nature volume 71, page 438 (09 March 1905) | Download Citation



INSTEAD of producing a black and white bromide print it is often desirable to change the normal tone to suit the subject photographed. There are many methods by which this change of tints can be obtained, and these pages are devoted to describing the various processes that are available. The material on which this book is based first appeared in a series of articles in Photography, but in the present handy form it will be found more convenient for workers. The author gives a good detailed account of each case, and discusses the probable effect of the different processes on the permanence of the finished picture. Workers with bromide papers will find this book of considerable service.

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