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Unlike the Hue tool, which pushes the spectrum of all colors, the Tint tool effectively turns your photo into a black and white image and then applies a single color to the entire thing. The most common implementation of this is sepia tone (a light brown), but you can choose from a range of tints.

  1. Click the Tint tool in the sidebar.
  2. Click an edit tile to choose a tint level (Figure 4.43). (Again, the color version online offers a better idea of what you'll encounter.)
    Figure 4.43

    Figure 4.43 Applying a tint.

  3. Click the green Save button (the checkmark) to apply the setting.
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