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Please remind me how : tinted monochrome

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  • Ian Wilson
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    On the colour tab, go to the black and white section. Use the little drop down menu (the one with the three parallel lines) and choose a preset such as Toning Yellow 2. You may find that one of the presets suits what you need (for example Toning Yellow 1 is a more subtle effect and Toning Yellow 3 is a stronger effect). If you find that none of them is exactly what you need, go for the one that is nearest and then adjust it. You do that by using the split tones tab within that tool to adjust the hue and saturation as you prefer for both the highlights and the shadows.

    I don't think this tool can be used on just a masked area.

    Ian
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  • 6BQ5
    Ian,

    This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks! 😊

    It looks like I cannot selectively brush this tone in to parts of the image. The tool applies the changes to the entire image.
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  • Ian Wilson
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    6BQ5 wrote:

    It looks like I cannot selectively brush this tone in to parts of the image. The tool applies the changes to the entire image.

    That's correct. One way of doing that could be to process the image in two different ways, with and without the effect. Then export and combine them as layers in another programme such as Photoshop, Affinity Photo, etc, and mask the parts you want to.

    Ian
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