I enjoy, lead to I found just what I was looking for. Every print has to be produced in this way. Therefore this is not the mere application of a dye on the exposed film, but a chromatic change at the emulsion level. That then developed into a project about electronic waste.
Thanks a lot! Please ask for permission if you would like to use them. With these processes, color tended to be used less to illuminate specific foregrounded objects than to craft a radiant world that harmonized the mood of the scene with the emotional engagement of the spectator.
Toning leaves the non-image areas outside the frame uncoloured, although this is not so well defined with some mordant dye toned film, which tends to spread in time or if badly processed. You know so much its almost hard to argue with you not that I actually will need to…HaHa.
This system, devised by Noel Desmet of the Royal Belgian Film Archive, has been used since the s to try to restore some of the strong colours and dramatic effects of early tinted and toned prints, without the cost of using a colour intermediate film.