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Get a blue ink look like on the photo?

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Sep 19, 2020

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Hey Guys,

 

does someone knows a method to convert a normal picture into this blue ink look in photoshop:
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Big Thanks to everyone of you!

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Leon

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Get a blue ink look like on the photo?

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Hey Guys,

 

does someone knows a method to convert a normal picture into this blue ink look in photoshop:
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Leon

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I read the inquiry quickly and this post does not apply. Just one of those days.

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A simple black & white conversion followed by applying a tint will do. Getting the paper texture to look would be the only tricky thing here - if it's even required.

 

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I would use a Duotone. Convert to grayscale, then convert to Duotone and select a blue and an off-white and adjust the curves for each. Details here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/duotones.html

~ Jane

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I believe you are referring to the variation in color and texture most noticeable (in enlargement) in dark areas of the images. For an imperfect simulation of the actual effect of ink on textured paper I suggest you go to Google Images and key in “textured paper background.” Select a texture pattern, alter its color, lighten its tone and use it is an overall surface pattern in a layer.

 

On a layer above the texture layer Fill with a chosen color with the blending mode set to Color and the layer set to Multiply. If you are familiar with Lab Color you may choose to then change the prominence of the texture by altering the Lab Lightness Curve.   

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Leon,

I rescind my comment and agree with Norman's excellent advice.

~ Jane

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