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The first step is to observe. The main diference is a slight color on the first image. Method 1 Technicly that is a duotone, it is the easiest way to work it anyway. 1) In Photoshop, convert the image to grayscale Image > Mode > Grayscale 2) Convert it to duotone Image > Mode > Duotone 3) Choose Duotone on the dialog box, not tritone, or monotone. 4) ...


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It's possible to make a copy and may not even require any artistic skill or experience as a painter. It may just depend on your hardware. In the movie, Tim's Vermeer (see: trailer on Youtube), Tim Jenison is obsessed with Vermeer, and whether or not he used optical devices to aid in the photorealism of his paintings. He eventually attempts to recreate a ...


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There is a match color setting in Photoshop . Open image 1 then image 2 (make certain both images are in RGB mode) . Choose Image > Adjustments > Match Color... and select image 2 from the Source pull-down menu. Match Color reads the color statistics from Beach Sunset and applies them to image 1 . Now this only does colors match . In your examples there ...



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