Color filter plugin?

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  1. Ghoste

    Ghoste TPF Noob!

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    In Photoshop CS, click 'Image/adjustments/photo filters' You can select from a whole list of photo filters.

    Or if you are converting a color photo to b&w, you can use color adjustment layers to get the same effects as using color filters on the lens.
     
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    Err.. 7.0? But how do you do the color adjustment layer?
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I've read a few different methods...search around, I'm sure there are plenty of explanations that would be better than anything I could put together.
     
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    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    You can use the Channel Mixer to change how different colours look when turned into B&W.

    Layer -> New Adjustment Layer -> Channel Mixer
    Then Select the Monochrome Box
    Then have a play with the different levels of your different colours.

    I have a tute for an Orthocromatic look if you want it. (great for blues/greens, crap for reds/oranges.)
     

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