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Different views in different hues: a study in contrast

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David Knight
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By chance I discovered how to change the hues of pictures from color to black and white or to sepia. The sepia seems to work well with classic pictures and is often used in portraits.  Here is a Minichamps 1952 VW “Split Window” in natural color and in sepia as pictures might have depicted it in the late 40’s or early ‘50’s.

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32ED59B3 327B 4D94 8947 D86E9E101AD5


Actual VW

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This topic was modified 1 year ago by David Knight

David Knight
Richmond, Virginia. USA

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Karl Schnelle
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Very evocative of that era!  Nice job!

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