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    1. AD10

      Fotospeed AD10 100ml to make 3L

      £6.14

      - Produces an ancient, mature sepia toned print.
      - Enables old print style 'nicotine' stained highlights to be created.
      - Simple to use effective single solution.

      Antique Dye AD10 gives a sepia toned print, with a 'vintage' style. Modern papers have white highlights, while old prints have nicotine stained highlights. Antique dye enables you to recreate the look of the prints of yester-year.

      USAGE:

      While the process is most effective with sepia tones prints, it can be used with straight black and white prints. Ensure that the print has been fully washed prior to Antique Dying since the print should NOT be washed after, but simply wiped with tissue and allowed to dry naturally.

      Dilute the AD10 from 1+9 to 1+29 according to personal taste and place the print into the solution. Observe the slow change and remove when the effect required has been achieved. Do not wash or rinse. Only wipe the surface dye off the print and allow to dry naturally.

      Rebottle solution for reuse.

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    2. BT20

      Fotospeed Blue Toner (BT20) 150ml to make 1.2L

      £15.38

      BT20 Iron Blue toner gives a range of tones from a deep cobalt blue to an electric blue, using techniques described in the data sheet (included with each product).

      MIXING INSTRUCTIONS: The kit consists of 3 parts and the table below shows the mixing sequence with water Equal amounts of each part. The whole procedure should be done under normal room or daylight conditions.

      TONING BLACK AND WHITE PAPERS: Ensure that the print has been well fixed and very well washed before toning. Mix up the required amount of working solution according to the table and pour into a processing tray. Place the print in the toning solution and agitate gently until the depth of tone is visually reached. Remove and wash well for 3 minutes or until the yellow stain has come out of the whites. A salt bath can be used to speed the removal of the yellow stain from the highlights but wash well after. Dry the print naturally.

      TONING FILM: Where possible ensure that the film to be toned is of optimum density and has been properly fixed and washed. Before toning dry films, soak them for about 2 minutes in water. Toning takes between 2-10 minutes depending on the density of the film image. For lengths of film such as 135/36 Exp. or 120/12Exp place the film before wetting into a tank spiral as for normal processing. In the case of pieces of film and sheet film then tray process. Fill the spiral tank with the required volume of toner to submerge the spiral and agitate the spiral in the open tank continuously in both directions. Examine intermittently. A light blue fog may appear during toning but this will disappear during the washing sequence. Now wash the film for 5 minutes under running water and preferably use a rinse aid such as Fotospeed RA50 Rinse Aid in the final 30 seconds to ensure perfect uniform drying without streaking. Do not over wash the film since the dye will gradually wash out if the film is over washed.

      INTENSIFYING (DARKENING) THE BLUE TONE: After toning and washing, the print can then be placed into B&W print developer diluted 1+9 for 2 minutes. The blue tone will completely disappear. Then wash for 1 minute and retone following the same procedure. The result will be an intensified blue tone. This procedure can be repeated several times to continue the intensification process. Prints for Blue Toning can be made lighter to compensate for the addition of density during the toning process.

      INTENSIFYING (BRIGHTENING) THE BLUE TONE Place the toned print into normal fixer diluted at 1+4 for one minute. This will remove the blue tone leaving a ghost; blue in the highlights. Then place the print into running water for 1 minute. If you like the image then dry to keep. Otherwise now place the print back into the blue toner and retone. The blue comes back brighter. The fixing process can be repeated and the print reblue toned for an even brighter result. Finally wash and dry.

      CAPACITY One litre of working solution will tone 6-135/36 Exp black & white films or the equivalent of 20 sheets 20x25cm black and white paper. Once the toner darkens discard and replace.

      STORAGE The working solution will not keep. Concentrates of the three parts will keep for up to two years in full tightly capped bottles and for about three months in half full capped bottles.

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    3. RT20

      Fotospeed RT20 Copper/Red Toner 150ml to make 1.5L

      £9.23

      Fotospeed RT20 Copper/Red Toner is a liquid toner which is supplied in a two part concentrate that makes a single working solution. It is specifically designed for the toning of Fibre and Resin Coated B&W papers. The shade of the Copper/Red tone is adjusted by the length of time the print is allowed to stay in the working solution. The longer it remains in the solution the more toned it becomes.

      MIXING INSTRUCTIONS & USAGE:

      Part 1: Dilute 1+4 with water to make half the volume of working solution required.

      Part 2: Dilute 1+4 with water to make half the volume of working solution required.

      Pour the two diluted solutions into the same processing dish and ensure that they are well mixed together. The toner is now ready to use.

      Prints for Copper/Red toning should ideally be up to 15% denser than normal to compensate for the slight reducing effect of this toner.

      Having selected the print to be toned ensure that it has been fully fixed and washed. In the case of dry prints first soak them in water to ensure that the emulsion is fully wet. This takes about one minute.

      Now put the print into the dish of toner working solution and agitate it gently. The toning time takes anything from 1 minute to a maximum of 10 minutes when no further toning will take place. You will have to decide the shade of tone you require by observing the change in colour and removing your print from the solution when ready.

      Now fully wash the print for 5 minutes for resin coated papers and for 15 minutes for fibre based papers. Dry in the normal manner. Wipe the surface of the print with paper towel while it is in the wash to remove the scum deposited during the toning process. The whole procedure should be done under normal room or daylight conditions.

      STORAGE: Working solutions do not keep. Concentrates keep for at least one year in sealed bottles.

      Data Sheet for Part 1

      Data Sheet for Part 2

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    4. Fotospeed ST10 Traditional Sepia Toner 100ml to make 1L

      Fotospeed ST10 Traditional Sepia Toner 100ml to make 1L

      £6.14

      Fotospeed ST10 NON Vario Sepia Toner is an odourless toner which will produce a fixed sepia tone on both Fibre and Resin Coated B&W papers.

      It comprises two parts: Part 1 - Bleach & Part 2 - Toner. Each part mixes separately to make two working solutions. This toner will give a traditional sepia colour with no control over the colour.

      MIXING INSTRUCTIONS Part 1: Bleach - Dilute 1+9 with water to make the volume of working solution required. Part 2: Toner - Dilute 1+9 with water to make the volume of working solution required.

      USAGE Having selected the print to be toned ensure that it has been fully fixed and washed. In the case of dry prints, first soak them in water for 1 minute to ensure even take up of bleach. 1. Place the print in the bleach bath and agitate gently. Bleaching times may vary according to paper type. 2. After bleaching, place the print into running water for 1 minute for RC paper and 5 minutes for fibre paper. 3. Place the print into the toner bath, agitate gently and observe the image reconstructing. Full toning will be completed in 1 minute with fresh solution. 4. Finally wash the print in running water. Wash RC papers for 2 minutes and fibre papers for 10 minutes.

      CAPACITY Both the Bleach and Toner working solutions can be kept for reuse in airtight containers. Both solutions will however deteriorate once used and a slow-down in activity should be anticipated together with a colour shift in the toner on subsequent prints. To maintain consistency of sepia tone, it is advisable to make up only small quantities (approx. 200mls) of working solution at a time. After putting 5-8x10 prints through 200mls of solution, it will become exhausted. Each litre should process 25-8x10 prints assuming average density.

      PRINT QUALITY If there is any doubt that the print to be toned has been fully fixed and washed, it should be refixed and rewashed thoroughly before beginning toning. Staining on a toned print can result from the print having been inadequately fixed and washed beforehand. Variable contrast papers may be slow to react with the bleach. If this occurs extend the bleaching time or make the bleach more concentrated. The whole procedure should be done under normal room or daylight conditions.

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    5. st20 part 3

      Fotospeed ST20 Part 3 Sepia Toner Additive only 500ml

      £5.39

      Fotospeed ST20 Odourless Vario Sepia Toner can produce a wide range of sepia tones on Fibre and Resin Coated B&W papers. It comprises three parts: this is Part 3 only.

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    6. Fotospeed ST20 Sepia Toner 150ml KIT (makes 1.5 litres)

      Fotospeed ST20 Sepia Toner 150ml KIT (makes 1.5 litres)

      £10.00

      Fotospeed ST20 Odourless Vario Sepia Toner can produce a wide range of sepia tones on Fibre and Resin Coated B&W papers. It comprises three parts: Part 1 - Bleach; Part 2 - Toner; Part 3 - Toner Additive. Parts 1 and 2 mix separately to make two working solutions, with Part 3 being added in its concentrated form to Part 2 working solution to adjust the shade of sepia required. Part 3 is needed to activate the toner.

      MIXING INSTRUCTIONS Part 1: Bleach - Dilute 1+9 with water to make the volume of working strength solution required. Should you wish the bleaching time to be faster or slower make up the solution stronger for faster bleaching and more dilute for slower bleaching. Part 2: Toner - Dilute 1+9 with water to make the volume of working strength solution required. Part 3: Toner Additive - This should be added, without dilution, directly to part 2 working solution in the quantity required to produce the shade of sepia required. The additive can also be used to replenish the toning solution to hold the desired hue of sepia.

      USAGE Having selected your print to be toned ensure that it has been fully fixed and washed. In the case of dry prints first soak them in water to ensure that the emulsion is fully wet. This takes about one minute. 1. Place the print in the bleach bath and agitate gently. Bleaching times may vary according to paper type. Complete bleaching of a print, to the point where there is no black image apparent, can take up to 2 minutes. Prints may be removed from the bleach at any time without waiting for full bleaching to take place. The toner will only tone silver that has been bleached, any remaining silver from partial bleaching will stay as silver black and can add character to the final sepia toned print. After bleaching rinse the print well in running water for 2 minutesfor RC and 5 minutes for FB to remove all traces of the bleach. 2. Place the bleached print into the tray of Sepia Toner with the required amount of additive and agitate well for about one minute to fully tone the print. 3. Remove the print and wash for 3 mins for RC and 15 mins for FB and dry in the normal manner. Both the Bleach and Sepia Toner working solutions can be kept for reuse in airtight containers.

      CAPACITY Each litre of working solution should process 30 - 8x10in prints, depending on paper and image.

      PRINT QUALITY If there is doubt that the print to be toned has been fixed and washed thoroughly, it should be refixed and washed fully before toning. Staining on the toned print can result from the print having been inadequately fixed and washed beforehand. Variable Contrast papers may require the bleaching time to be extended over those published. Alternatively, the bleach can be diluted 1+7 (or stronger) with water to reduce the time required in this solution for variable contrast papers. A properly sepia toned print will be archivally permanent. The whole procedure should be done under normal room or daylight conditions.


      Data Sheet Part 1

      Data Sheet Part 2

      Data Sheet Part 3

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    7. Fotospeed ST20 Sepia Toner 500ml KIT (makes 5 litres)

      Fotospeed ST20 Sepia Toner 500ml KIT (makes 5 litres)

      £18.47

      Fotospeed ST20 Odourless Vario Sepia Toner can produce a wide range of sepia tones on Fibre and Resin Coated B&W papers. It comprises three parts: Part 1 - Bleach; Part 2 - Toner; Part 3 - Toner Additive. Parts 1 and 2 mix separately to make two working solutions with Part 3 being added in its concentrated form to Part 2 working solution to adjust the shade of sepia required. Part 3 is needed to activate the toner.

      MIXING INSTRUCTIONS Part 1: Bleach - Dilute 1+9 with water to make the volume of working strength solution required. Should you wish the bleaching time to be faster or slower make up the solution stronger for faster bleaching and more dilute for slower bleaching. Part 2: Toner - Dilute 1+9 with water to make the volume of working strength solution required. Part 3: Toner Additive - This should be added, without dilution, directly to part 2 working solution in the quantity required to produce the shade of sepia required. The additive can also be used to replenish the toning solution to hold the desired hue of sepia.

      USAGE Having selected your print to be toned ensure that it has been fully fixed and washed. In the case of dry prints first soak them in water to ensure that the emulsion is fully wet. This takes about one minute. 1. Place the print in the bleach bath and agitate gently. Bleaching times may vary according to paper type. Complete bleaching of a print, to the point where there is no black image apparent, can take up to 2 minutes. Prints may be removed from the bleach at any time without waiting for full bleaching to take place. The toner will only tone silver that has been bleached, any remaining silver from partial bleaching will stay as silver black and can add character to the final sepia toned print. After bleaching rinse the print well in running water for 2 minutesfor RC and 5 minutes for FB to remove all traces of the bleach. 2. Place the bleached print into the tray of Sepia Toner with the required amount of additive and agitate well for about one minute to fully tone the print. 3. Remove the print and wash for 3 mins for RC and 15 mins for FB and dry in the normal manner. Both the Bleach and Sepia Toner working solutions can be kept for reuse in airtight containers.

      CAPACITY Each litre of working solution should process 30 - 8x10in prints, depending on paper and image.

      PRINT QUALITY If there is doubt that the print to be toned has been fixed and washed thoroughly, it should be refixed and washed fully before toning. Staining on the toned print can result from the print having been inadequately fixed and washed beforehand. Variable Contrast papers may require the bleaching time to be extended over those published. Alternatively, the bleach can be diluted 1+7 (or stronger) with water to reduce the time required in this solution for variable contrast papers. A properly sepia toned print will be archivally permanent. The whole procedure should be done under normal room or daylight conditions.

      Data Sheet Part 1

      Data Sheet Part 2

      Data Sheet Part 3

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    8. Ilford Harman Selenium Toner

      Ilford Harman Selenium Toner

      £29.10

      Designed for the dish/tray toning of all b&w papers

      Used at ambient room temperatures

      Delivers an archival, visibly warmer print

      Convenient, versatile and long working dish life

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    9. Tetenal Gold Toner 1Litre

      Tetenal Gold Toner 1Litre

      £73.36

      Goldtoner is a ready-to-use solution for very attractive red-brown to scarlet tones when used after sepia  toning with Triponal Toner or Sepia Toner.

      Goldtoner is a ready-to-use solution with nearly unlimited keeping properties, that can be used several times until  achievement of the capacity limit.

      Without prior sepia toning the image tone of the paper go towards blue-black.

      This direct application stabilizes the image silver thus making it very resistent against environment influences.

       

      Daylight application

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