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Making sepia hue

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Professional photographers often use this feature. It changes the image in the same way as desaturation.

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1. Open the image
Sepia is changing all colors of the image into the degrees of brown, once made from sepia, right?
It gives certain photos completely different look, atmosphere and some warmth.
 
 
 
2. Image/Adjustments/Hue saturation, use settings like in my picture.
It will look like this one:
 
 
3. Now the image has some brownish color, but you can enhance it more by Curves, Levels or Color balance to change contrast and in the case of the latter also hue. Try and experiment. Unleash your creativity. Some Hues and Colors might give the image completely different feeling.


 
I tried this one:
 
Enjoy.

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Submitted by Martin on 2006-03-27 16:01:46. Since then read 38101 times.
Scored 4.35 points out of maximum 5 by 31 votes.

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Discussion

Miguel Miguelalvars AT gmail DOT com said on 2006-06-27 22:36:22
Nice effect. This tutorial is perfect to begineers. Gracias ;).

ellorogrande blt DOT t90 AT comcast DOT net said on 2007-08-20 04:34:04
Very helpful, but then I'm handicapped by being color blind, not a good thing for an avid photographer, but my wife helps out a lot.

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