Industrial Duotones *56K warning*

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  1. pursuer

    pursuer TPF Noob!

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    I went for a stroll through a local industrial park the other day and here are some of the results, hope you like them :)

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  2. JonMikal

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    these are great! favs are the tracks and power lines. i like that treatment :thumbup:

    so what is duotone?
     
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    Thanks, glad you like them. A duotone is just a way of repersenting a grayscale image with two colors. All of these images use black as the first color then various other tones as the second. Once you convert an image to black and white in PS change the Mode from RGB to Grayscale, once in Grayscale mode the Duotone mode becomes available. The duotone dialog allows you to select the two tones you want and apply a custom curve to each to control what shades of gray are represented by which tone.
     
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    Great series. Like the "man" says, the treatment is :thumbup:
     
  5. John E.

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    Good series Pursuer. Ditto on the conversion and I enjoy the subject matter
     

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