Hi All, I stumbled upon a Photoshop action for replicating the Gum Bichromate printing process (http://rawimage.deviantart.com/art/Gum-Bichromate-Print-65153550? offset=20), and I decided to try to apply it to some shots I took in and around Jerusalem a couple of summers ago. I concentrated on the major Christian sites b/c of 19th century Europeans' predilection for producing lots of images in the Near East. I realize there are some glaring problems with the 19th century-ness of some of them (dress, stopped action in dark places, etc.), but welcome your critiques and criticisms... http://www.photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=787116 By the way, if anyone has any other links to 19th century stylings for Photoshop, please do share.