Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Sepia Scenes and Watery Wednesday:Oban Seafront





For the sepia image:

1) Go To File>Open & choose the image you want.
2) Go To Layer>Duplicate Layer
3) Go To Image>Hue Saturation and choose Sepia
4) You now have the original image and a sepia one, duplicate the sepia layer.
5) Go To Filter>Stylize>Solorize
6) Change the blend mode to Colour ( Color) then
7) Change the opacity to 59%

You can also change the names of the layers to suit the effects you used ie: the sepia layer was changed to hue/sat:sepia on this one instead of default "background copy".


Sepia Scenes and Watery Wednesday

Camera Used: Canon Ixus Taken 5th April last year.

10 Feedback Comments:

rennschnecke said...

i have seen that on your pb,
very nice ;-)

Jane said...

Thanks:)

J Bar said...

Beautiful.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Carly said...

Wow, I love your neat Sepia. Thanks for sharing how you did it. I'll have to give it a try!

happilyretired said...

Both views are marvelous! Thanks so much for sharing the steps to change from color to sepia. I plan to experiment soon.
Hugs and blessings,

Carletta said...

Wow Jane!
Love the watery part and the processing on the photo is very cool!

Jane said...

Thanks everyone, glad you liked it:)

Lindz said...

I like both sepia and the coloured one

Halcyon said...

This is very pretty. It reminds me of Honfleur in Normandy. Lovely!

Jane said...

Thanks Halcyon and Lindz, I have never seen Honfleur but I should imagine its a very pretty french fishing village.