Color acquired from chemical change on the surface.
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The application of pigment and/or other materials to a gilded surface. Toning can also include the removal of gold from a gilded surface. It literally means toning down the brilliance of a gilded surface. Toning is usually employed to replicate age. Toning is also employed as a final step in the restoration of gilding to replicate the original pati
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Solutions called toners are used to change the colour of a black and white photographic image. Various toners are available which add there own Cold or Warm tones to the print (Sepia is the most well known). (see Tone)
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All of creation is energy, which vibrates according to varying frequencies. Our physical bodies are no exception, and which also responds to the appropriate sounds that can help you to regain balance, good health and emotional stability. The ancients knew of this and we can see from the chanting of Sama Veda from India, the Tibetan Chants, Gregori
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Intensifying or changing the tone of a photographic print after processing. Solutions called toners are used to produce various shades of colors
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The replacing of a silver deposit with one of gold in an impregnated histologic section, by treatment with a solution of gold chloride. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Tone
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(from the article `motion picture, history of the`) ...frame by frame at high speeds. With the advent of the feature and the conversion of the industry to mass production during the 1910s, ...
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Alternate term for Scumming.
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Correcting or adding color to a film that has already been developed. Toning can contend with contrast, purity, staining and filling-in opaque portions of film images
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Type: Term Pronunciation: tōn′ing Definitions: 1. The replacing of a silver deposit with one of gold in an impregnated histologic section by treatment with a solution of gold chloride.
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Method of soaking the print in selenium or similar chemical(s) to help give the print an overall fee
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The film or coloring on the surface of a coin caused by a chemical reaction between the coin's metal and some other substance such as the sulfur from older cardboard books, flips, or envelopes. Rainbow-colored, original toning is often a desirable characteristic for a coin.
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