I had a couple of "firsts" with this recent bromoil session. I was excited to try a new paper, Kentmere Art Document, which is a paper choice I kept coming across when first studying the technique. Didn't care for my initial results, so after letting the prints dry overnight, I re-soaked them and added a soft brown ink over the black, using a brayer. This increased the contrast and I liked the sepia-toned effect. Though the prints darkened overall, I was much happier with the end result. This is a giant sandstone monolith we hiked past in the Kodachrome Basin, southern Utah: And a view of Bryce Canyon: Thanks for looking!