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How to achieve a duotone effect using the sepia filter

Oddly enough, by setting the the right colors you can obtain a "duotone" effect by using the sepia effect. Below is an image, the original is on the left and the filtered image is on the right.

This was done simply by changing the 5 colors of the sepia settings to the colors you want, as shown in the dialog below:

As you can see above I have set the Frame to None and I have added definitely non-sepia type colors. Color 1 is what you want the darkest color to be changed to, and Color 5 is what you want the brightest color to be changed to. Of course for subtle coloring you should choose colors which change little. But you can go mad and choose really odd colors:

More about the Sepia filter. Another Sepia example.

More about Repligator's 150 effects.

 

 

150 effects
100 Graphics Filters

Duotone EffectHow to make a duotone image

Roy Lichtensten Effect

How to create a sepia vignette from a normal photograph
Sepia Vignette Effect

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How to add sparkle to a photograph

Another Sepia Example from the Venice Carneval




 
 


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