sephia how too (help)

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  1. machine

    machine TPF Noob!

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    i have yet to find out how to do this on cs2 , mabye i havent looked hard enough


    any help lol
     
  2. JEazy

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    yeah just to to Image/Photo Filter then select Sepia and turn it up to 100%.
     
  3. Philip Weir

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    "jeazy" is nearly right, but forgot to tell you. If your image is in colour, go to IMAGE/MODE/GRAYSCALE this will turn it into a grayscale, then back to
    IMAGE/MODE/RGB Then IMAGE/ADJUSTMENTS/PHOTO FILTER ten select FILTER and turn up to 100% If your image is a black & White, convert it to RGB then go from there. Philip.

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  4. Nov

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    Whilst Photoshop's sepia is OK I tend to use the actions from http://www.1clickactions.com. They have several sepia versions as well as other toning and split toning effects.
    Pretty versatile and easy to adjust.
     
  5. Digital Matt

    Digital Matt alter ego: Analog Matt

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    There are lots of ways. One easy way, that is customizable, and reversable, it to use a hue/saturation adjustment layer. Click "colorize", and set the hue to between 30-50 (usually 40 is nice), and the saturation from 15-30 (I like to use 17-20).

    You can always change the settings by double clicking on the layer. You can also fade the opacity, change the blending mode, and add a layer mask to mask off parts selectively.

    Btw, it's called "Sepia", not a car by Kia. :p
     
  6. ksmattfish

    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    I like using duotones and tritones. Convert to grayscale mode, then select duotone. You can load the dutone, tritone, and quadtones from Adobe PS, or make your own. When finished convert back to RGB.
     
  7. machine

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    thanks guys , ill try these out .
     

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