Life in Color Brown

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  1. Error

    Error TPF Noob!

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    Hi,
    I'm new in this forum. I have a question for you guys... Is there anyone of the member in this forum know how to manipulate the image & turn it into brown like this color? Any software that I need to use for it or just a PhotoShop?
    If you look at his gallery you will see what color am I talking about.


    Thank you
     
  2. ann

    ann No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    i am having trouble getting past the first page.

    the image on the home page appears to be split toned.

    if you want various shades of brown, go to ps mode , dudotone, or tritones and play with various shades of black and brown. they also have some presets that you could try.

    there may be some free actions on the internet to get you started, but like everything else, they may or maynot work for your taste buds.
     
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    Error TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the info Ann. As much as possible I don't want to convert my file into grayscale to use the duotone. I've tried the Tiffen dfx plug-in to tint the color but I need more adjustment something like bleaching the images etc. It would be nice if there were any other program to manipulate the image easily to get the right brown tone like what I have posted recently.
     
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    what you could try is...

    1. take the saturation down on your original
    2. add a new layer on top of photo
    3. Fill with a nice brown color
    4. Set blending mode to overlay and if needed take down the transparency

    its not as dramatic as the example but its kind of the same feel
     

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