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Applying a sepia tinge

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Hi all. Hopefully a simple question but I want to apply a sepia tone to just one area of a picture ..I know it’s easy for the entire image but can you isolate the changes to just one part of the image without going into photoshop?
 
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Use a brush, cover the area you want, then use the Color selection to adjust it.

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Thanks Paul. Very helpful. Sorry to be such a novice !
 

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Appreciate that Paul. I have had a go and it looks much better .
 
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