Split-toning an image


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Split-toning an image

In the previous movie, we looked at how we could convert this image to black and white. In this movie, we are going to look at how we can add some toning or some split toning to the image. What we are going to do is click in the tab here to open up the Split Toning options. Now, there are two sets of adjustments here, we have Highlights and Shadow. It's kind of interesting. What you can do is choose a Hue and then increase the Saturation amount. And here you can see I'm increasing the Hue or the color in the Highlights and those Highlights are now green. Or I can make them a little bit more warm and that looks pretty interesting, right? On the other hand, I also have Shadows and here again; I can choose a Hue and then increase the color Saturation for those Shadows. Now, when I do that's a little bit tricky, right, because I'm guessing what Hue I'm actually choosing.

So, lets say that what I want to do is choose a blue. I want to have this nice blue/yellow split tone...

Split-toning an image
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Split-toning an image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS4 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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