Printing with gelatin-silver papers allows flexibility for photographic enlargements. This process is the one most commonly used because it gives the printer the option to create large prints from small negatives. Ansel Adams, the celebrated American landscape photographer, printed all his photographs of the mountains of the Sierra Nevada and Yosemite National Park by this method. As with my silver-chloride prints, my gelatin-silver prints are selenium toned and washed to archival standards.