Toning


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Toning

In a wet darkroom, after you've made a black-and-white print, you can soak it in different toning agents to give it an overall tone, or colorcast. By tone, I don't mean shade of gray, but an actual color tone. So a sepia tone, for example, to make an image look more antique. We can do a digital version of that very easily using the Black and White adjustment layer by simply going into the Black and White adjustment layer controls and checking this Tint box. And boom! As soon as I do, my image is tinted.

I can select the color that I would like to tint by clicking on that color swatch and just picking a color. And in almost every case, remember, this is just a tint of color, so it doesn't need to be a dark, deeply saturated color. That's looking a little yellow to me. I'm going to slide more towards orange. And obviously, the type of tint you want depends on the type of mood you're going for and the subject matter and so on and so forth. Typically, sepia, orangish colo...

Toning
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Toning provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Foundations of Photography: Black and White

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Photography
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