TONER & TONING TECHNIQUES
In analog photography, toning is a method of altering the color of black and white photographs. It is a chemical process carried out on metal salt-based prints such as silver prints, iron-based prints (cyanotype or Van Dyke brown), or platinum or palladium prints. Toning is used to not just to change the image color in order to exploit the aesthetic link between image color and emotion or for archival stability, but as well as for enriching the tonal values of an image to give deeper blacks and greater luminosity.
Instead of using alternative processes like cyanotype to create a „toned“ image, this workshop is aimed at everyone who is interested in producing their own monochrome darkroom prints and wants to learn about the methods of toning them.
- The Basics of toning
- Practical issues affecting toning
- Sepia Toning
- Gold Toning
- Selenium Toning
- Multiple Toning
- Selective Toning
The workshop will take place with at least 2 binding registrations.