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Use Photoshop Elements to create a classic Sepia Tone. This technique gives your photos a sophisticated look borrowed from ...
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How to Make a Sepia Tone in Photoshop
Hi I’m Rick from Essential-Photoshop-Elements.com and in this video I’m going to show you how to make a sepia tone out of your photos with Adobe Photoshop Elements.
First, open the image that you want to apply the sepia tone to. Now duplicate the background, you can do that down in the layers panel by just dragging your background layer onto the create new layer icon. And now what we need to do is have a black and white image but it has to be an RGB color mode.
So if you’re starting with the grayscale image go up to the image menu and choose mode if your photo is gray scale, gray scale will be checked and you can just go down and select RGB color and then it will still remain black and white but now you’ll be in RGB color mode and that’s what you want.
And if you’re starting what the color photo like I am here then go up to the enhance menu and go down to adjust color, and select remove color. And that will de-saturate your image, take all the color out of it.
So now, where we’re at we have a black and white image in RGB mode. So, go over to your effects panel and if that’s not visible you can go up to the window menu and just choose it from there it will appear on you desktop. And in the effects panel, there’s a dropdown menu with a lot of different categories in it and what we want to do is go down and select photographic effects and then you’ll be presented with several swatches of different color tones that you can add to our image and down in the lower left there’s one called Sepia Tone and that’s what the one we want so just double click that and that will apply as Sepia Tone tend to your black and white layer.
And you can stop there if that’s the effect that you like but I like my Sepia tones to be a little warmer color, this one looks a little neutral to me. So what I do at this point is go to the layers panel and create a new adjustment layer and select levels and then in the adjustment panel, go to the drop down at the top and select Red and then just move that middle slider over and it will warm up your image with red tint. So I’m going to go to about 120, 1.20 and now to add a little yellow we need to take out some blue. So select blue from the drop down menu and again grab that middle slider and let’s go down to about 0.80 or so.
And that’s all there is to it now you have a classic sepia tone effect. I’m Rick and to find lots more tutorials and helpful tips for Photoshop elements go to my website at Essential- Photoshop-Elements.com don’t forget the dashes. Until next time, take care.