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Derive duotone "colours" from an existing photo

Mar 7, 2018, 19:20
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Derive duotone "colours" from an existing photo
I like the way this photo (https://www.flickr.com/photos/152818709@...d-public/) looks and would like to apply a similar style to other photos.

I realize that the photo has vignetting and softening but what I'm not clear on is how to take a black and white photo and map the range of grays to the same tones in this photo. This photo was converted to this style using an in-camera style which is why I don't really know how it was done in-camera.

Is it possible and if so, how might it be done?

Thanks,

Jules
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Mar 7, 2018, 22:10
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RE: Derive duotone "colours" from an existing photo
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Why did you choose to join a forum that is so obviously dead and abandoned to spammers?

Better to join
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