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    Haven't scanned film for a long time...so long that I forgot how to create Sepia and B+W effects in Photoshop...anyone?

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    Originally posted by AdamGoi
    Haven't scanned film for a long time...so long that I forgot how to create Sepia and B+W effects in Photoshop...anyone?
    Sepia -> adjust the hue/saturation ... remember to tick colorize
    B+W -> either desaturate and adjust levels/curves or use a new adjustment layer->channel mixer and adjust red/green/blue according ... there's some other ways forgot liao

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    In PS6 there is a stock action called "Sepia Toning (layer)" in the Default actions set.

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    For B&W, always use Channel Mixer. It's more realistic than straight grayscale. I did post a couple of links here on how to do this, you can do a search for it.

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    Maybe you want to have a look at this.
    http://www.photo.net/digital/editing/sepia

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