Create traditional darkroom toning effects Photoshop CC


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Creating traditional darkroom toning effects

Photoshop has the ability to emulate several traditional color toning effects that photographers have previously achieved in the darkroom. And now we can create those color effects without actually using any chemistry. The way I'll do that is I want to use what's called a Gradient Map Adjustment Layer. So, over here on the far right bottom corner, I'm going to click to add a Gradient Map. Now in my Properties panel we can see that Photoshop is applying a gradient from black to white. We can change that gradient by clicking on the downward pointing Arrow here, but you'll notice that I have a very limited number of gradients to choose from and honestly none of them look that good. But Photoshop also ships with a number of gradients that aren't loaded by default. So if I click on the Gear icon here, you'll notice that I get a drop down menu and there are a lot of different gradients, in fact there's one called Photographic Toning.

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Creating traditional darkroom toning effects
Video duration: 2m 51s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Creating traditional darkroom toning effects provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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