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11/05/2008 02:27:31 AM · #1
Originally posted by spiritualspatula:

As I understood it, the original use of "toning" referred to appyling a sepia or cyanotype (for example) "tone" to the image. In this case, I think he just upped contrast using curves. Probably some Dodge/Burn to increase how dramatic the look is.


Also played with shadows/highlights for that HDR look.
11/05/2008 02:04:27 AM · #2
As I understood it, the original use of "toning" referred to appyling a sepia or cyanotype (for example) "tone" to the image. In this case, I think he just upped contrast using curves. Probably some Dodge/Burn to increase how dramatic the look is.
11/04/2008 09:46:19 PM · #3
I'm pretty sure "toning" is just another word for "editing."
11/04/2008 09:37:56 PM · #4
Hello,

This picture of T.O. of the Dallas Cowboys is very interesting to me. David Bergman said he "toned it up". //www.davidbergman.net/blog/

I really like the look. What does "toning it up" mean and how is it done?

Thanks,

Scott
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