How to Add a Monochromatic Tint Effect in Photoshop


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Adding a monochromatic tint effect

Creating a black and white interpretation of a photo provides you with an interesting and oftentimes beautiful interpretation of the image. But sometimes you might want to go slightly beyond that black and white interpretation, and add a little bit of color. A color tint for that black and white image. Let's take a look at how it's done. I'll start by going to the bottom of the Layers panel and clicking on the Add Adjustment Layer button, and then choosing the Black and White Adjustment Layer option. That will add an Adjustment layer for black and white and also provide me with The sliders that control the appearance of the photo, enabling me to lighten or darken specific areas of the image based on the colors in the original photo.

Once I'm happy with the overall result in terms of that basic black and white conversion, then I can add a color tint as well. All I need to do is click the Tint checkbox, and that will add a color tint to the image. The color ...

Adding a monochromatic tint effect
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Adding a monochromatic tint effect provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Creative Effects and Filters

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