Double-processing for duotone effects


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Double-processing for duotone effects

Sometimes it takes twice as much work. What I mean is double-processing for effects. You can go ahead and run a photo through, export it from iPhoto, and then bring it in a second time, and run the effects all over again. Here's how. Let's go ahead and edit a couple of photos. I'm going to start by boosting the Color, and I'll use Enhance here, and what I'm going for is a really high contrast image. All right. That's looking pretty good.

Let's go to the next image, and in this case, I'll Enhance. I'm going to apply the Antique effect, with some fading, and a little Boost. There we go. Increase the Contrast, Antique, Fade, and high Contrast. There we go.

Now I'm going to export those three images. By exporting, these effects will get baked into the file. I could then reimport them, and do a double-process, running additional effects on top of the original. Let's select those three images, and I'll choose File > Export. There we go. I'm goi...

Double-processing for duotone effects
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Double-processing for duotone effects provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Enhancing Photos with iPhoto

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