6 Replies Latest reply on Jul 24, 2017 12:27 PM by norman.sanders

    Tint effect?

    James2110 Level 1

      Hello again! Does anyone know how to create this effect?:

        • 1. Re: Tint effect?
          michelew83603738 Adobe Community Professional

          You can turn your image into a black and white image using the adjustment layer to push the colors to black and white the way you want and then use a photo adjustment layer to tint the image on top of that. The image might also have an been soften a little.

           

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          • 2. Re: Tint effect?
            Semaphoric Adobe Community Professional

            You could add a Color Fill Layer with the blending mode set to color, or you could add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer with the Colorize box checked.

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            • 3. Re: Tint effect?
              Theresa J Adobe Community Professional

              I would use a photo toning gradient map adjustment layer.

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              • 4. Re: Tint effect?
                Warunicorn Adobe Community Professional

                Just to add to the bedlam: You could also use Camera Raw as a filter (Filter > Camera Raw Filter on the menu bar), convert the image to grayscale using the HSL/Grayscale tab, hop on over to the Split Toning tab and go to town.

                 

                If you're using RAW images, Camera Raw is used anyway and is pretty much the same deal but with the added bonus of being nondestructive. You can use Camera Raw as a filter on images that have been converted to Smart Objects, also non-destructively. Either right-click the image's thumbnail in the Layers panel > Convert to Smart Object or use Filter > Convert for Smart Filters on the menu bar. Then use Camera Raw as a filter as you would normally.

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                • 5. Re: Tint effect?
                  davescm Adobe Community Professional

                  Let me join the party

                   

                  You could use a black and white adjustment layer and set the tint color in the adjustment properties:

                   

                  Dave

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                  • 6. Re: Tint effect?
                    norman.sanders Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                    Among the Default Actions is Sepia in CS6.

                     

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                    CS6 also offers a Color Lookup Sepia which may not be in later versions of Photoshop

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