How to recreate a split-tone effect in Photoshop Elements

Give mono shots a creative twist by mimicking a striking split-tone effect in Photoshop CS3(or above)’s RAW editor. In the traditional darkroom, split-tone effects are applied to images using a combination of chemicals to tint different tonal areas, such as shadows and highlights. This can be created using Photoshop, and is a great way to… Continue reading

Split-tone RAW images in Photoshop

Learn to use the Split Toning feature of Adobe Camera Raw 4.1 to target and tint mono conversions Mono images can be given extra warmth by converting them to sepia. To create the classy, antique look you can always use Photoshop to alter the hue and saturation of your raw format image, but Adobe Camera Raw’s… Continue reading