How to Create Split Toned and Duotoned Black and White Images in Lightroom 3
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The Lightroom Split Toning Panel is extremely powerful in achieving various types of artistic effects. In this Lightroom video tutorial, we are going to focus on how to use the Split Toning Panel to create a split toned vintage black and white, as well as a duotoned black and white.
If this is the first time you have heard of duotoning, duotoning is simply the process of adding an additional color layer over your black and white image to give it a rich monochromatic feel.
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