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Playing with some pics and was wondering how the sepia option would look.
 

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now take the pics and play with the contrast & brightness to make them appear older and more menacing ;)
 

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Nice pics Dennis.

Ezekial said:
now take the pics and play with the contrast & brightness to make them appear older and more menacing ;)
+1. Sepia can work really well if the pics are made to look old and ragged. On the one below, I used a sepia layer over the whole image, but only at about 40% opacity over the car. Several filters were used to get the aged effect.
 

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NICE JOB!!!
 

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Cool pic...jeff......kinda makes ur B look black:b01: :D
 

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4fit? said:
Nice pics Dennis.


+1. Sepia can work really well if the pics are made to look old and ragged. On the one below, I used a sepia layer over the whole image, but only at about 40% opacity over the car. Several filters were used to get the aged effect.
This is cool man!
I like this one a lot.
Wish I had the equipment and the know how to do that.:cool:
 

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Jeff: That is a great effect. It is interesting that our 01 Bullitts seem to look good against rustic type backgrounds.
 

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Some more effects

Jeff: You inspired me to try some more effects. Here are a couple. The difference is that you know what you are doing. I have a Mac with i photo which makes it easy to mess around to get some interesting pics without knowing what I am doing.
 

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