Silver geletin print on Ilford Mulitigrade lV FB. Selenium toned.
Finally made the time to improvise a temporary darkroom and make some prints. I have to say, producing a print by hand is a tremendously satisfying experience.
I burned in the sky and darkened the top of the tree and house on the wet print to add more drama to a griity, stormy sea front. The grain from the Tri-X negative helps with this too.
I’m sure some one with more computer skills could take this scan and make it look like the print but for me that would be nowhere near as satisfying as watching that image appear from blank white paper in the developing tray.
The scan of the wet print has had no tweaking other than ‘auto levels’ to compensate for scanner deficiencies.