toning

Color acquired from chemical change on the surface.
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Toning

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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Toning

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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Toning

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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Toning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Tone
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Toning

Alternate term for Scumming.
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toning

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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Toning

Method of soaking the print in selenium or similar chemical(s) to help give the print an overall fee
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toning

tonificante
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