Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Sepia Scenes #116

To get a sepia color like the one above just open a fill layer making sure the color you want is on the background color palette to the left and in the foreground (I chose this very dark gray-brown). Then choose COLOR on the layers palette on the right and Voila!

11 comments:

hip-chick said...

I think the sepia really makes the patterns stand out.

Love 2B Homeschoolers said...

It's interesting that there are so many ways to make photos sepia. I'm glad to read and try them when artists post them along with their photos. Perhaps next week I will post how I do mine.

anemonen said...

Very suitable choise!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

My apologies my inadvertently linked to last weeks Mr. Linky yesterday.

Carletta said...

Hi Mary,
Thanks for the tut. As Love said there's lots of ways to convert a photo. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
I've been away from Sepia for awhile but I had one I thought was suitable this week. It's good to be back. :)

Annie said...

Sepia gives this such a different mood. I'd love to see this in color.

kaye said...

very pretty--are they windows? I think they would be pretty in color too. I go to Picnik (editing software online), upload my picture, go to effects, choose sepia, and then movie the cursor to the colorization that best suits my mood of the day. Sometimes I go to advanced and choose dramatic sepia or darrageortype (sp). I also like the cinema effect that tends to sepia.

Gunsside said...

And then you got a great sepia ton in your fhoto, very nice ;)

Felisol said...

Great sepia, great tutorial.
Tomorrow I have to try this one on one of my church interiors.

Lui said...

I don't think my slow PC has that tool. ;-( And I adore that sepia variation!

Polish Twins said...

Very nice blog;))
I cordially greet the Polish and have a nice day!! ; ))