Photo 52: Within the Frame

Tonality:  Split Toning {Week 30}

Split toning is a creative technique that goes back to the days of the darkroom, but In today’s world of digital photography, split toning can either by done in camera or with editing software programs such as Photoshop or Lightroom.  It involves tinting the highlights to create a color cast to the image, while the “split” part of the technique means the color cast can be isolated to highlights without affecting the mid-tones or shadows, and vice versa.  The result is a cross-processed look or a duotone effect that can give a little extra punch to a monochromatic image.

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Rock formation along Chileno Bay Beach in Los Cabos, Mexico


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