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Color toning achieved with filter or during printing?

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Hello! I was wondering if anyone here can shed some insight on how a particular color toning in a print is achieved. I've been noticing the work of a British photographer named Jamie Hawkesworth and in researching him have found that he shoots almost exclusively film, from what I can find. Many of his images have a warm, orange/brownish tone to them. I feel like something like this is easy to achieve in PS with a color overlay and a blend mode, but seeing as he seems to work primarily with film, is this the result of a printing process or a filter when exposing? Wondering if it could be something like an 85c filter or perhaps an orange filter that could be stronger than the 85 but less pronounced than an orange 16.

Thanks!

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Hawkesworth for T Magazine

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