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Darkroom-inspired toning

Photography as we know it actually started with no colour. A lot of experimenting took place to find things that allowed light to record onto a medium. That medium could have been glass, tin or paper. Even when the breakthrough was made and silver nitrate give us true black-and-white, it wasn’t without issue – the resulting prints faded over time.

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