Hi, everyone: As the title suggests I finally have something to share on my salt-free salt-print process. In the end, after going in circles a bit and struggling with my new printer to get a decent digital negative, I figured it was best to make a baseline process down from which modifications/improvements can be made later. For background please look at the following threads: https://www.photrio.com/forum/threads/salt-printing-dark-stain.147621/ https://www.photrio.com/forum/threa...t-makes-a-terrific-toner.148338/#post-1941999 The basic process is really simple. Materials: Substrate: Arches Aquarelle Bright White Cold Press. Negative: Digital Negative, Epson SC-400, Fixxons Transparency Foil Sensitizer: 10% Silver Nitrate Rinses: Distilled Water, 0.5% Salt (Sodium Chloride) Solution Fixer: 15% Sodium Thiosulfate + 0.2% Sodium Carbonate Hypo Clear: 2% Sodiul Sulfate + 0.2% Sodium Metabisulfate Toner: 0.5% Himalayan Black Salt Process: Rod coat sensitizer, dry 1 hour at room temperature in toaster oven with convection fan turned on. Expose in homemade UV box using BLB florescent bulbs, 30 min Distilled water rinse, 2.5 min x 2. Salt solution rinse, 5 min. Fix, 5 min. Tap water rinse, 2 min Hypo clear, 5 min Wash, 1 hour Tone, 6 mins Wash, ½ hour. Dry. Attached is the first and only full image I printed with this process: :Niranjan.