$27.00 USD

24.08 Brooks Jensen - B&W's Cousin: Toned Monochrome Images

For almost the entire history of photography, the so-called "black and white image" has never been colorless. Gelatin silver materials as slightly green, selenium-toned images are slightly purple, and sepia images are warm-yellow. Now in the digital workflow, we can easily produce subtle tones that used to be difficult if not impossible — for example, the elusive "split toned" black and white image. This new capability opens a wide world for exploring the monochrome image. Brooks will explore examples and methods that match the image content to the toned aesthetic.