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Author Topic: Greyscale or sepia patina  (Read 2230 times)

Offline jacobdj

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Greyscale or sepia patina
« on: December 02, 2008, 12:39:22 PM »
Hello Hannie,

I just downloaded HarmonR_126_4x4.jpg from your gallery and I have a question.

The original photo appears to be greyscale, but before the damage occurred it looks like it might have changed to a sepia, at least as to the two women in the foreground.

Do I restore it as a greyscale in total or should I attempt to duplicate the "colors" of it's pre-damage state--ie the two women in the foreground in "sepia" and the rest of the photo in greyscale?


Dennis Jacobsen