(Is this the right place for this question?) I want to print some b&w photographs from digital files onto traditional wet-process prints using a commercial service. Laser C-Type is relatively cheap. A self-service 20x16" print is around £16 inc VAT B&W laser print onto traditional Silver Gelatin resin paper is £54 inc VAT. I think these cost more because they are only offered as a premium service. For reasons of cost (at the moment it's a non-paying hobby), I'd really go for the C-type but I am told by the service (in London) that they have an inherent colour-cast (magenta or green). I want the best quality I can afford. Does anyone have experience of getting b&w printed this way? (I have seen prints that were reproductions of old b&w images with colour markings in/on the same image that looked OK to me. It not notice any colour cast I can only assume they were c-types but have mo idea where they were printed) I will not consider inkjet. Thank-you NB. Harman Ilford offer cheaper silver gelatin printing from 8bit jpg. But I'm not totally happy that I can only use lossy files at that bit depth.