Not exactly an alternative process, but not darkroom, either, so I decided to pop these in here. I've been wanting to try this for awhile. This is from an older HIE negative of mine. I thought it would make for an interesting subject for this technique because of the sky - but, in the end I think the image is a tad too busy. :blushing: Live & learn! Providence Canyon, untoned IR: I first bleached the image briefly; less than a minute. Then into a much diluted sepia bath. After a short wash, I put it into the blue toner (again diluted about 1:4). I was trying to get the sepia into the lighter tones (clouds and rock formations) and the blue into the darker tones. I also tried the process in reverse, just cause I'd read about "interesting effects" to tone first with the non-archival toner (in this case the blue) for an extended period of time, followed by the archival toner. The blue turned out to be a bit heavy-handed, leaching into the clouds, and not as effective. Here is what I originally did with this image - I like to play around with my stuff and see what various things I can do with them, and I think I like this particular image handcolored the best! Thanks for looking!