Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating sepia-tone effects, part of Enhancing Photos with iPhoto.
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When you work with photos, sepia tone is a popular look.…Sometimes it's referred to as a duotone, but essentially it's a black and…white image, with a little bit of color.…Now, you've already seen some of these techniques, but I'd like to formally…visit them, and give you a couple of additional options.…There is a Sepia button, and by default, you could turn the effect on, or off.…And to be perfectly honest, it kind of sucks.…I would not recommend using the Sepia effect to get a sepia effect.…Instead, I would take a look at Antique, and combine that, or Black and White, with Boost,…and that starts to shift the color.…
Now, when you do that, it's going to get really dark,…so you'll need to come over to Adjust, and open up the Exposure.…And notice, that's a much nicer sepia effect.…What we have here is the brownish tint, but better contrast.…It doesn't just look like you put a piece of colored gel on top.…Let's take a look at two more images.…The Sepia effect is just a cheesy effect.…However, Antique works nicely in this case,…
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- Cropping for better composition
- Rotating an image
- Making a levels adjustment
- Adjusting shadows or highlights
- Increasing saturation
- Converting to black and white
- Creating sepia-tone effects
- Using the Retouch Brush
- Sharpening photos
- Adding borders
- Copying and pasting adjustments