Join Derrick Story for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding sepia toning, part of Aperture: Portrait Retouching.
Aperture also has a Sepia tone effect. I'm going to create Edit…four right here for that. I'll open it up.…I'll go up to Add Adjustment, you will see Sepia tone right there.…Now, when you first open it, it applies it full strength.…Probably a little strong for most applications.…But you have a slider, so if you move the intensity all…the way back to zero essentially, your photo looks as it did originally.…
And then as you go up the slider.…And that's where I think sepia works, is where you find…the right amount of intensity, or very few photos are going to look.…Unless you're going for a old all west time shot, I think…generally speaking you're going to find, the best effect is somewhere in here.…Now, one thing I want to mention about Sepia and this is going to lead into…our next movie, is that, you have brushing tools with sepia as you do…with black and white and color monochrome.…
And you can do some fun things combining the straight photo…with the brushing effects, and I'm going to show you that next.…
- Assessing your image
- Retouching blemishes
- Enhancing skin texture
- Adding highlights to the hair
- Adjusting clothing and backdrop color
- Brightening and sharpening eyes
- Converting to black and white
Skill Level Intermediate
Using iPhoto and Aperture Togetherwith Derrick Story2h 37m Intermediate
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