The Tinted Grayscale lens changes the colors of objects underneath it to their grayscale equivalents. The lens color becomes the darkest color in any object under the lens. All other colors in the object become lighter shades of the lens' color. You'll find Tinted Grayscale lenses particularly effective for creating sepia-tone effects. For example, if you place a brown grayscale lens over a color photograph, the photograph takes on a sepia-tone look. You can also turn a color photograph into a black-and-white photograph by placing a black grayscale lens over the photograph.
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