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In this Paint.NET tutorial, learn how to apply a sepia effect to any photo to give it an antique appeal.
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If you’re working in Paint.NET and you have a photo that you like but you’d like to create sort of an antique look to it, then you can create a sepia effect but from the adjustments menu.
To do this, go ahead and make sure that you have opened a photo that you’d like to change. And then go to adjustments and then simply go to sepia. This is an automatic adjustment, it’s going to go ahead, it’s going to change your picture and if you’d like, you can go back, you can adjust your brightness, your lightness, your saturation, whatever other adjustments you want to make to make the sepia look, look a little bit more authentic. But I think just the auto version does a great job most of the time.