Split Tone in Photoshop

Create a Split Tone Preset in Camera Raw

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Using Photoshop and Camera Raw for Automatic and Flexible Editing

Camera Raw has a built in split toning feature and combined with the functionality of the preset manager, this makes it an ideal editing choice for certain procedures.

In this video we explore the potential for using Camera Raw in this way, by setting up a basic split tone preset and examining how we can integrate Camera Raw with Photoshop for a seamless editing experience.

Further Information

The vignetting filter shown in this video applies after the cropping tool is applied.

Download the image used from iStock. Or use the technique on one of your own portraits.

Split Tone in Photoshop
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