St. James Episcopal - Lancaster, PA

© Carl D. Miller

St. James Episcopal - Lancaster, PA

Uploaded: April 01, 2003

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Doutone

Comments

Gene Gitman April 01, 2003

Did you use a soft focus filter on the camera? Or something in photoshop. Whatever you did it looks very good! #28753

Stephanie Adams May 26, 2019

Very neat shot, Carl! How do you do Doutone? Great job! #75629

Carl D. Miller May 26, 2019

Thanks a lot Gene and Stephanie. Actually Gene I got the soft effect the old fashioned way, I just fogged the lens with my breath since I din't have my filters with me at the time. Stephanie, if you work in Photoshop at all you can experiment quite a bit with doutone, tritone or even quadtone. The image has to be grayscale, then just select a shade of gray and then and a 2nd color like a brown (could be any color). Just experiment until you find a combination you like and that suits the mood of your shot.
Hope to see one of your own soon. :-)
#75751

Stephanie Adams May 26, 2019

Thanks Carl, I have photoshop 6 and don't know how to use it at all LOL I scan and then add a bit of contrast and that is the extenet of my knowledge. I will have to learn, because this is really cool. Thanks so much!!

Stephanie #75874


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