The Bromoil Process is a century old photographic process that created moody ethereal images requiring skillful techniques and experienced practitioners. Today, modern photographic papers have compromised the original bromoil process making it much more difficult. This book, The New Bromoil Process, provides a modern approach to the older traditional practice that is easy and fun to learn and execute. With this book, you will learn: - The coating processes using liquid photographic emulsion - How to produce liquid emulsion silver prints - What the Bleaching/Toning process is all about - How to properly ink the bromoil print - Creative options for using colored ink in your bromoil prints This new bromoil process provides many options for providing higher definition as well as adding vibrant color to your images. If you are a creative photographer who wants to explore new opportunities in your work, this book is for you. Dan Dozer is a published and award winning film photographer from Palm Springs, CA with over 40 years of experience working in the darkroom. He works in many different processes including silver, platinum/palladium, cyanotype, mordencage, and in this book highlights his work in the Bromoil process. Dan has been recognized with multiple honors/awards for his work and has been featured many times in prestigious photographic magazines and international photography competitions. His first book, Platinum Women, was about the Platinum/Palladium photographic process and highlighted his work photographing the female form. This book is his second publication and takes you entirely through the New Bromoil Process from start to finish. Making beautiful bromoil prints is now easy again, and opens new avenues for working with color for today's creative black and white photographers.