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Discussion in 'People' started by cwilt, Aug 31, 2005.
It does give this nice image an old time look but the yellow cast is not my favorite of the sepia fixes. Personally I like the browns better. Very cute image and I like the crop you have chosen.
I will look into different ways to convert.
Definite potential there. I like that shot.
I reckon drop EV by 0.5 stop and add contrast.
Please repost updated pic - I'd like to see the result, it'll be close.
Here ya go. Down .5 and added contrast.
Now thats a keeper mate - frame it.
I love the overall look and feeling it gives me.
I think I agree with Gordon. I see a yellowish tinge to the shot. Personal preference but I like the traditional sepia tones a little better. Great shot nonetheless!
I'm not a fan of the yellowish tone. Do yourself a favor and try this B&W conversion technique below - it's terrific. I consider it a "chocolate" tone and it has become my standard "near sepia" look.
Thanks Joe, I have copied this as well. I always wanted a good chocolate tone conversion method. I will definitely give this a try.
Thanks Joe. I will try it and post the update tonight.
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