Sepia Tone?

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Chuck_Snyder
Aug 28, 2004
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Wendy, another option for gradient maps is to use the Layer>New Adjustment Layer>Gradient Map instead of Image>Adjustments>Gradient Map. This gives you infinite ‘tweaking’ possibilities without making permanent changes to your image. You can also modify/construct the gradient on the fly while using the Gradient Map while on the Gradient Editor screen. Whatever floats your boat!!

Chuck

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Wendy_E_Williams
Aug 28, 2004
Hi Chuck,

Thats the way I colour Black & White images … I never thought of using it for Sepia toning. Great idea … being able to change it later is much more flexible and a better way of doing it.

Wendy
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Kenneth_Liffmann
Aug 28, 2004
Mark,
I have found this tutorial to be excellent for the subject at hand because it details the steps involved:
< http://graphicssoft.about.com/library/uc/jwoodscontent/Gradi ent_Mapping.pdf> Ken
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Kenneth_Liffmann
Aug 28, 2004
Addendum,
It is not written specifically for Elements, but the concepts are transferrable and enhanced my understanding.
Ken

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