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Unit 5 Tutorials - Sepia Toning


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Unit 5 Tutorials - Sepia Toning

  1. 1. TURN THE IMAGE BLACK & WHITE Use your method of choice, but if you choose to use Grayscale, then make sure to go back to RGB. TURNING AN IMAGE TO SEPIA TONE always start with a black & white image  make sure you are also in RGB mode before you proceed TUTORIAL 1 – USING PHOTO FILTER: IMAGE  ADJUSTMENTS  PHOTO FILTER  choose from the pull down menu either a WARMING FILTER or PHOTO FILTER and then change the DENSITY TUTORIAL 2 – USING COLOR BALANCE: IMAGE  ADJUSTMENTS  COLOR BALANCE, use the RED & YELLOW settings in Shadow, Midtone and Highlight to create brown tones (settings to taste) TUTORIAL 3 – USING HUE/SATURATION: IMAGE  ADJUSTMENTS  HUE/SATURATION, check COLORIZE in the corner and slide the HUE settings TUTORIAL 4 – USING LAYER STYLES 1: SELECT ALL  EDIT CUT, EDIT PASTE, then WINDOW  STYLES  Choose the SEPIA TONE or SUN FADED preset TUTORIAL 5 – USING LAYER STYLES 2: SELECT ALL  EDIT CUT, EDIT PASTE  LAYER MENU  LAYER STYLES  COLOR OVERLAY  CHANGE COLOR from DEFAULT color (usually red or black) to a BROWN color, then change OPACITY or BLEND MODE to merge color layer with original image