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Old Nov 17, 2006, 1:19 PM   #1
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I took this picture a while ago and liked it, but not it colour. Yesterday I learned this new technique which I think gives the photo a "timeless" quality.

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Old Nov 17, 2006, 1:21 PM   #2
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Old Nov 17, 2006, 3:10 PM   #3
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almost like a sepia.


does PS7 have a listing under IMAGE that says ''apply image'' ?
play with that some on a dupe layer. try different percentages.. the ''overlay'' mode will usually sharpen.

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Hmm, I have this "Apply Image" dialoge, but I don't quite understand what it's doing. Is it sort of like duplicating the image layer and then modifying the blending options because it has all the same "Modes" and they seem to do the same thing as I just described.
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How about making it a tad more dramatic.

Apart from changing the perspective of the image, I duplicated the layer, then chose 'Multiply' to really darken it & adjusted the 'Opacity' to suit.
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