A process that replaces silver on a traditional darkroom print with oil pigment. The prints range from pictorial to photographic depending on the technique used to apply the ink.
Kallitype prints are a silver-iron process. In addition to differing from VanDyke Brown prints in chemical processing, they also allow for contrast control through the addition of potassium dichromate in the developing stage. Toning with gold gives the print a beautiful warm tone. In this process, the noble metal gold replaces the silver in the print. This gives the print an unrivaled archival quality.
Carbon prints are beautiful beyond words. A difficult process that is worth the effort.
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