You will find a straight-forward monochrome photographic print of this very scene in the 24 July 2009 posting on this blog. The above print was a monochrome photographic print that received the two bath blue toner chemical process. This consists of immersing the whole print in a tray of prepared blue toner solution (that had been mixed with water). Then once all the detail in the print is toned, it is placed into a separate second tray that contains a salt water solution (that cleans and stops the blue toning process).
It's fairly simple to do. Obviously with all other chemical toning techniques there is an element of experimentation. Also the final result depends on the actual print and how long (or short) the immersion time in the blue toner is.
Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England.
From my The Next Wave Project, 1996-98.
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