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JamesSepia tones
by on Feb 29, 2004 at 10:13:20 pm

Hi all,

Still having a hard time getting a quality sepia tone on some stock that I have.
I have used the B&W effect with RGB as well. I read to set B&W on and set R to like 115 and B to 80. That kinda works however the footage looks a bit hazy, the claity isn't there anymore.
I also used the freebie from adobe (after product reg) they give a freebie (it sucked)

Anyone have any tips? I'm looking for a slight yellowish tint with the color stock just on the other side to B&W (somewhere in between color and B&W)

Thanks,
James


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