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Old 04-06-2006, 01:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When Im making a CD for a model, I usually include black and white and sepia versions of some of the photos. I'm wondering if I'm doing the sepia the same way others do. I use photoshop and use the hue/saturation tool, I check mark the colorize box, then set the hue at 35, the saturation at 25, and the lightness at minus 10. And this is the final product.



How do you do sepia? What's your "recipe"? Are there other or better ways? And what do you think of the way I do it?
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Not the expert on this, but I think your final product speaks for itself...looks fine to me...but others probably do it differently....PS gives you many options....
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I do almost the same thing. I set mine to colorize then 33, 26 but leave the lightness at 0. I like it to be a little darker a little more contrasty. Its really personal taste I think. Your's looks great to me.
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