8 thoughts on “Cold & foggy.

    1. Thanks Alan.
      The tone is easy for me in Photoshop, but rather more difficult in the darkroom.
      Tim Rudman’s toning book is the best for S/G print toning but out of print copies go for silly prices.
      I did a couple of toned and un-toned prints but the grey/green seemed to keep the glow from the foggy mist better.

  1. Great shot, David. I really like ‘foggy’ images and I’m not sure why. Perhaps it’s the mystery that lies behind a landscape hidden by some fog. Most of us like a good mystery thriller, be it on tv or a book. Why not photography as well.

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