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8.7. B & W, Sepia

The B & W (Black and White) and Sepia tools don't correct anything. They simply drain the color from your photos. B & W converts them into moody grayscale images (a great technique if you're going for that Ansel Adams look); Sepia repaints them entirely in shades of antique brown (as though they were 1865 daguerreotypes).

Open a photo in Edit mode, and then click the Black & White or Sepia button. That's all there is to it. If you change your mind, you can use File → Undo to restore the color immediately, or choose File → Revert to Original at any point to return to your original file.


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