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Old 08-31-2009, 09:23 PM
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Re: sepia

For this one I tried to follow Chris. The first is the BW made from the color image and the second is the duoTone with a blue added. From the several attempts made I can see that the state of the BW image controls the duoTone outcome to a great degree. Over all the method outlined by Chris gives much more control than the Gradient map method I was using. Thanks for the tips.
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