Another example of how chemical toning can alter the the tonal depth and appearance of a monochrome photographic print. The top and first print is one that was sepia toned. The second and bottom print is one that was copper toned.
The sepia toning actually emphasis the texture of the bark on this willow tree and gives the print a overall lightness. Whilst the copper toning gives a slightly darker and pink reddish feel to the print.
Kingston upon Hull. North Humberside, England.
From no specific project as such, circa 1990.
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