Creating a split-toning effect with Stippled grain


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Creating a split-toning effect with Stippled grain

Working with the Grain filter which is part of the Texture filter group there are several different types of grain we can apply, one of which is called Stipple. Now this is interesting, because it works with your foreground and your background color. In the case of this image it's a monochrome image but with tint to it and I've sampled that tint and I'm using that tint and it's complementary color to apply some stipple grain and that's going to give me this kind of split toning effects. Let's switch over to the starting point and the first thing I'm going to do is choose my Eyedropper tool and then come and sample some color from the image make that my foreground color.

I now want to complement that with its complementary color and to do that I'm going to use the Kuler extension and with Kuler open I'm going to click on this icon right here to add the current foreground color as base color, and then I will choose Complementary as my color harmony rule...

Creating a split-toning effect with Stippled grain
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Creating a split-toning effect with Stippled grain provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Photoshop for Designers: Textures

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