I'm one of a small number of photographers working today who still print and tone B/W silver gelatin images by hand, in the traditional way. I work in my own dark room at my studio by the sea. Myinterest lies in the unpredictability of employing so many toners on each image, because the chemicals always react differently. Each time I develop and tone an image I get a different result. No two photographs can ever be the same: each one is unique.
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