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    Default How to get such a effect or colour for a photo like that.

    Hi guys, may i ask how to get such effect or colour for a photo like that. is it post processed ?





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    Default Re: How to get such a effect or colour for a photo like that.

    It's called "rain". As in, it was raining.

    Also, did you get permission from Siriuslim to re-post his picture?

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=397382

    For the rest, it's mainly just conversion to monochrome with a slight Sepia tone added.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: How to get such a effect or colour for a photo like that.

    i dont know i have to, i will apologise to him. how to get the sepia tone added? using ps ?

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    Default Re: How to get such a effect or colour for a photo like that.

    Quote Originally Posted by mrc0w View Post
    i dont know i have to, i will apologise to him. how to get the sepia tone added? using ps ?
    Yes using PS is one of the ways, but not the only way. There are many ways to skin the cat.

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    Default Re: How to get such a effect or colour for a photo like that.

    I'd rather be asking him directly
    He may have his own ways to get it done.
    Already abused my D40 and D80 for my flickr

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    Default Re: How to get such a effect or colour for a photo like that.

    any image editing program can probably do it

    also, can be done in cam. but of course conversion from color will always give you greater control over the tonality that you get.

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    Default Re: How to get such a effect or colour for a photo like that.

    ahh.. so this is where my photo is being used.
    mrc0w> next time no harm asking for permission before use. If asked and get it, its a gift.. If didn't ask and took it, its theft... so be more mindful next time...


    Anyway, as mentioned, I just convert the original to Sepia and do some leveling adjustment to achieve the desirable effect. Not rocket science....

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