Printing old B&W photos with sepia tone

  Onizuka 15:55 25 Nov 06
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I have scanned in a number of black & white photos (some over 100 years old) and, not surprisingly, they print in black and white. I would like to print them with a sepia tone but none of the basic photo-editing packages I have seem to offer this facility. I have Arcsoft PhotoImpression 3 and Serif PhotoPlus 6. Can anyone advise please.

  postie24 16:01 25 Nov 06

Photoshop will do the trick click here

  rsinbad 16:04 25 Nov 06

this one will do what you want and more click here

  martd77 16:07 25 Nov 06

if you have a hp printer the imaging software they provide converts photos to sepia tone and if you have nero burning software the photo snap program does duotone(sepia)

  jakimo 16:33 25 Nov 06

Epson sepia printing is under the tone setting

  postie24 16:38 25 Nov 06

Try this click here

  postie24 16:38 25 Nov 06

Try this click here

  2020 16:58 25 Nov 06

very helpful 4 later

  Onizuka 17:10 25 Nov 06

Thank you all.
rsinbad - I downloaded Picasa2 and it worked a treat.
martd77 - I do have Nero burning software but I could not open any .jpg photos in the photosnap program.

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