Sepia Toning using Photoshop

Hello all,

Today I won’t be writing much, sorry a tad busy 🙂  Here are my steps focusing on a  Sepia look to my images.

Opened RAW file:

Increase contrast in various areas of image:

Refined my mask:

Sample of some refining adjustments:

Changed image to Black & White:

Changed tint:

Changed Blending:

Changed whites:

Don’t forget to name your layers…I had problems because I was rushing  🙂

Before:

After:

Before:

After:

Cheers,

Janice

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3 Comments on “Sepia Toning using Photoshop”

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  2. Ooh. I like it. Definitely gives the image a whole new meaning.


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