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Hi there,

I know some here practice cyanotyping, so their prints appear in blue .

My question is about obtaining prints in  other colors  using the same process (or approaching) but obviously using other chemicals reactions.

I know that toning with tea, coffee will change the blue to something more brown; this is post processing, I look for initial processing , if it exists.




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