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Shooting and Editing a Stylish Duotone Image

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In this video tutorial Bjørn Friese will be taking you through how to shoot an image with a zoom lens and a built-in flash in relatively poor lighting conditions. Afterwards, he will be showing you how he gave his shot the duotone-treatment with Camera RAW and Photoshop.

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